I have a 96 Plymouth Grand Voyager.... The problem is a design issue. The serpentine belt on this model is not adequately shielded from the right front wheel well. With the belt exposed to road debris and especially water, the belt becomes dislodged (can break the belt and other components when this happens) or if water is the culprit it will be thrown with no other apparent cause. I have had to replace mine once from debris dislodging it, and 5 times due to water. If you have a belt that actually lasted longer than a few months, have it checked for road tar and oils, dirt, and any other signs of over-exposure to the road elements. If enough of us suckers (who bought this ride) come together, maybe they'll finally admit their error and issue either a recall (fat chance) or a TSB (Technical Service Bulletin (more likely, but still fat chance). I threw mine on the way home again this evening...more cash out the window...looks like it's time to trade up, but it won't be a Chrysler/Dodge/Jeep/Plymouth product!!!
Serpentine belts have an automatic tensioner, which cannot be adjusted. But your problem sounds like poor alternator performance, have it checked, at your local parts store most do it for free.
Tension and compression takes place when an object has a force on another object. The tension is when the force is causing a pulling effect on part of the object. The compression is when the force is causing a contracting effect on part of the object.
I have the same problem on my 1998. I just replaced the serpentine belt and it still happens. When I turn on the A/C it gets worse. Any ideas what's causing it?
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Gravity and surface tension forces on the water causing water to curve.
It could be a bad battery check this first. Then check your connections on the back of the alternator looking to make sure the wires are not crossed or frayed causing a short. Also check the tension on the serpentine belt if it is too tight this will wear the bearings out prematurely on the alternator causing it to fail.
If it is a serpentine belt the idler pulley more than likely needs replacing. If it is a drive belt you are adjusting it too tightly.
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Most likely a worn serpentine belt. Replacing the belt with a new one should correct the noise. If not the belt, it could be the idler pulley, which is not putting enough tension on the above belt, causing it to slip and thus squeal.
1The tensioner is spring loaded, and no adjustment is provided, or required. 21 is correct. But if for some, to me, unfathomable reason, the belt should become loose, causing slippage, I can think of only 3 possible causes: 1. Someone, unknowingly removed and replaced the belt incorrectly, by MISROUTING the belt on the pulleys.2. Someone, unknowingly replaced the belt with one of the wrong size.3. One of the belt driven components [water pump, alternator, smog air pump, power steering pump, air conditioning compressor, etc.] has been replaced with a new unit which has a different sized pulley than the one replaced.4. The tensioning SPRING in the auto tensioning arm has become weak, and if so the arm assembly must be replaced.As 1 implies, there is no provision for adjustment, as the tensioner arm assembly is supposed to automatically maintain the proper tension. j3h.
could be that one of the belt driven components, such as power steering pump, alternator....etc, has a worn internal bearing. Reason being, is when the new belt is replaced, the tension is usually tighter causing more stress on the pulley and bearing.. Tom
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Because the bearing in it has worn out and it is locking up causing the belt to break.
possible the dust shield for the brakes. hey its happened to me. hope this helps.
the sodium chloride (salt) easily dissolves and divides into separate ions causing the surface tension to rise slightly.
It's common for leaking power steering fluid gets on the serpentine belt - causing slippage and ultimately belt breakage.
Belts stretch over time due to the fact that they are under constant tension, causing pulleys to slip when put under load. Also do not throw your old belt away, put in it your trunk in case the other one snaps you have a spare to get you home.
Humans benefit greatly from the work of Pulmonary surfactant which reduces the surface tension in the alveoli of the lungs. This reduction in alveolar surface tension prevents the alveoli from collapsing and thus causing suffocation.
Study the belt diagram and also the way the old belt was put on, use a socket (16mm usually) and a breaker bar to pull the tensioner pulley down, releasing tension on the belt causing it to be able to slip right off. Slide the old belt off and weave the new belt in to place while still holding the tensioner down. When it place put the tension back on the pulley by moving the breaker bar the opposite way you pulled it to release tension, causing the pulley back in to place and making the belt fit tightly. Start the vehicle and make sure it stays in place and functions properly.
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It could be the bearing in your tension pulley.
Surface tension is in water and we can't see it but when we place something in water the water is pushing up while the thing is pushing down, causing it to float.