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I broke my tensioner pulley yesterday and broke the belt....Can't seem to figure out how it goes on? Anyone with pics would be appreciated!!! Also when it came off it ripped some wires and i can't figure out where they go.... The wires are right in front of the steering rack on the bottom left hand side....there is a plug that goes up to the fuel pump it looks like....these wires come back and go in a peice of tubing from there I can't tell where they go from there because they are so mangled.....Thanks again for any help
Silver 2005 4 door Dual Wheel Cummins, ATS Stage 4 Tranny, Edge Juice with attitude, Bully Dog Triple Dog with Crazy Larry upgrade, Aurora 3000 turbo, custom air intake, muffler MIA, Isspro pyro, tranny temp, boost, & fuel psi, gauges..........headlight & tail light covers.......265/70/17 Timberline MT's
I found it just before you posted that. I really appreciate you putting it in this thread though. Man I just couldn't see what was what until I saw the numbers. I was close but no cigar.
I had to take the whole freaking fan assembly off to get my harmonic balancer off and install the fluidampr. It was rediculous. The bolts were tight as they could be and I had to work to get them loose. After that I completely forgot the routing of the belt.
Thanks again for posting that up.
--Chris-- 07 Silver QC LB 3500 5.9 4X4 G56 w/ SBC DD, BD Ex. Brake - no longer a Full Time RV'er-
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