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How to remove belt tensioner pulleys?

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Old 12-01-2009, 06:17 AM
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Default How to remove belt tensioner pulleys?

Hello well my 4.7L ram is making a whistling noise and so i removed my belt and spun the pulleys and its the 2 small pulleys the grooved and smooth one .. do they unbolt from the front bolt or how do i get these off ?? thanks!
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Old 12-01-2009, 06:58 AM
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YAy! i got it! lol i just didnt wanna strip the bolts but i tried it and they unbolted from the front! .. Well. Would someone tell me how to remove the windshield washer container? It looks like it just slides in on a slot in the fan shroud but it doesnt want to slip out? any thoughts? thanks!!
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sorry man I got nothin never took it off before
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When I pulled mine. I slipped a small butter knife in between the bottle and shroud. Apply very little pressure against the bottle, while pulling the bottle up, that should disengage the tangs. Be very gentle. I would not try removing it if it is really cold out. Might crack the plastic.
Took me a while to figure it as well.
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Default Question about the pulleys..

Im replacing 2 pullys the grooved belt tensioner and the smooth idler pulley. Is the smooth one supposed to be bigger? than the grooved one?? Because i baught the replacements and the grooved one is the same size as the old one but the new smooth one is bigger than the old one. The old ones are matching in size. Autozone told me maybe the previous owner put a different smooth pulley on the truck?
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The new ones should be close to the same size as the old ones. A little difference won't hurt anything.
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