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Old 09-30-2019, 04:59 PM   #11 (permalink)
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I recommend replacing the tensioner and pulley. The tensioners go bad and they can cause a lot of damage when they do. My tensioner broke the pulley off of my AC compressor before I replaced it with a gates tensioner. Works great now.
Some consider the tensioner a routine maintenance item, kinda like glow plugs and injectors.

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The original is the best one.
I recommend swapping out the bearing.
It is fairly easy to do.
serpentine belt Tensioner Pulley bearing: Timken bearing 6203-2RS-C3 Amazon $11.95 installing this weekend.

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Pull the pulley off the old tensioner. Replace the bearing. Install old pulley on new tensioner.
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Pressed out old bearing installed new bearing. Timken 6203-2RS-C3. Runs great no noise from tensioner pulley. 👍
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