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Wed Feb 11 10:02:49 EST 2004
Yup, with lots of solvent (brake parts cleaner works fine, so does spray carb or throttlebody cleaner).
From: John Karasaki <johkar at teleport.com>
Date: 2004/02/11 Wed AM 12:53:43 EST
To: David <duandcc_forums at cox.net>
Subject: Re: RE: Batteries
Do you deglaze the pulleys by using a wire wheel on a drill?
At 02:35 PM 2/9/04 -0500, you wrote:
>Are you deglazing the pullies when chaning belts? When a belt slips for a
>while, it glazes the pullies, making even brand new, properly installed
>From: "johkar at teleport.com" <johkar at teleport.com>
>Date: 2004/02/09 Mon PM 01:38:17 EST
>To: conner at cfm.ohio-state.edu, andrew at savaje.com,
> quattro at audifans.com, 200q20v at audifans.com
>Subject: RE: Batteries
>Anyone have an alternator seize up on them? I have a 4kq with 200k+ miles
>on the original alternator. It is killing belts (yes I'm using the right
>width and lenght) in a horrible screeching way. The pulleys are aligned
>and not bent, either.
>From: Dave C. conner at cfm.Ohio-State.edu
>Date: Mon, 09 Feb 2004 12:35:15 -0500
>To: andrew at savaJe.com, quattro at audifans.com, 200q20v at audifans.com
>Andrew writes ...
>" What is the current consensus on replacement batteries? Interstate?"
>OH NO ... not another battery thread!
>Interstate is among the best ... many of their batteries have other names
>pasted on them. I think the Interstate website tells what some of these
>other names are. One I'm pretty sure of is DuraLast at AutoZone. WalMArt
>and/or Sam's Club may also have Interstate with another label on it.
>Check/confirm that your alternator belt has correct tension ... slipping
>belt can give the appearance of a failing battery.
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