viejoloco at comcast.net
Sat Aug 16 23:45:09 PDT 2014
On 8/15/2014 2:13 PM, Alan Streicher wrote:
> The proper way is to loosen the four nuts inside the outer most
> pulley. Remove the belt. Watch for any shims up against the back of
> that pulley.Now you will see the A/C pulley fall apart revealing the
> two halves, plus a number of shims. Pay attention to how many shims
> are between the two halves. Remove the two halves and shims. If you
> were going to replace the inner most belt, you will be able to.
> Now, here is how you put the divided pulley back together. Place the
> extra shim(s), the on the heavy full pulley, followed by the outer
> half of pulley, shims that were between the two shim halves, and the
> back side of the half
> of the pulley. Now slide that assembly into the vibration damper.
> Attach the four nuts loosely. Place A/C belt over pulley.
> Place a socket over the large nut that connects to the crankshaft.
> Slowly turn the crankshaft clockwise while tightening the four nuts in
> a cross pattern. You will see the A/C split pulley coming together and
> squeezing the V-belt.
> Repeat until you can't tighten anymore and the belt is sufficiently
> tight. If not tight or too tight, then add or remove spacers
> I hope this helps.
> 1990 80 non-Q
I don't recall the 100, or any T44 having that kind of pulley. I
believe they have a one piece vibration damper. Been a few months since
I last had one apart, though.
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