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Re: 86 4000CSQ
On Tue, 19 Dec 1995, Don Hoefer wrote:
> >1.) The front end of the car seems increadabily exposed! The alternator,
> crankpully and power steering pump are directly exposed to whatever comes
> through the lower front grill.
> I'll worried about damaging something (driving thru tall snow/rain, rocks &
> salt .)<
> Not a problem except, don't plow snow with these cars. Light
> powder is ok but chunks of ice, snow, or stones etc. can cause
> accessory belts to come off and the timing belt to slip one or
> more notches.
I wouldnt worry about the timing belt its pretty well covered, but the
alt belt is most prone to jumping.
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