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Old 04-16-2007, 10:35 AM
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I think this paricular piece of OEM equipment is finally talking loud enough that I need to replace it. Bearings of course. Anyone got one for less than and arm and a case of beer. I am replacing the belts this week and that would be a good time to do both.

I'm assuming you can't just try and squirt a little oil on it and the loud squealing will magically go away. Beer sure didn't work.

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I think this paricular piece of OEM equipment is finally talking loud enough that I need to replace it. Bearings of course. Anyone got one for less than and arm and a case of beer. I am replacing the belts this week and that would be a good time to do both.

I'm assuming you can't just try and squirt a little oil on it and the loud squealing will magically go away. Beer sure didn't work.

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Bearing noise or just noise? Take that sucker apart....might just be corrosion sticking the vanes to the rotor.
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Old 04-16-2007, 04:21 PM
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When I was refilling the radiator after I flushed out the heater coils some fluid got over into the pulley shaft and made a baaadddd noise until it dried out. Than just the light squeeling that I have been used to.
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When I got rad fluid on my belts, they were gone. Dry or not. Had to replace 'em. Possibility?
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When I got rad fluid on my belts, they were gone. Dry or not. Had to replace 'em. Possibility?
Try a little belt dressing on the belt that drives the air pump. If that cures the squeal for even a little bit, then you know the pump is okay and belt replacement is in order. NAPA used to sell an air pump for about $100 or so.
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I have an 83 air pump on the parts 60. It might be the same.
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Try a little belt dressing on the belt that drives the air pump. If that cures the squeal for even a little bit, then you know the pump is okay and belt replacement is in order. NAPA used to sell an air pump for about $100 or so.
Quicker than that.....spray wd-40 on the belt! If it's the belt the noise will diapper imeadiately but do remember the WD will wear off rather quickly!
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