Re: Engine belt slipping off of the tensioner. need help!!!
Yeah, check the tensioner. If the tensioner itself is moving in and out away from the engine, you'll need a new tensioner. If it's not the tensioner, check the rest of the pullies. If one pully is not aligned properly, align it. You'll need a special tool for the power steering pully. You'll need a power steering removal/installer tool. If it's another pully that is not aligned properly, you could very possibly have a pully on backwards. I know it sounds dumb, but just give it a good look over. You'd be amazed what people do when they want to shade tree a job. And also, get a Dayco belt. There was another guy on this forum that had a squeeky belt issue and solved it with a Dayco belt. He's put several hundred miles on it since and still no problems. Hope this helps!
01 Ranger 3.0L 2WD Ext. Cab 5spd
Done: Painted Hood & Interior - Intake - Flowmaster 40's - 3" BL - Billet Grille - Blackout Headlights - Euro Tail Lights - Mamba M5 16" Wheels with 31's - Dome Light - Explorer Console - Gibson Headers - Delta Force Tuning - OHC
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