Try spraying the bolt with a spray called "liquid wrench" I've used it several times and it works. You may have to spray it several times and let it soak in before the bolt will turn. And...have you tried using a breaker bar, or a cheater bar? There is a risk of breaking the bolt, but it also may just loosen the stubborn bolt.
If the cranks shaft pulley is seized, the whole engine is seized.
It's spring loaded, use a wrench or socket to move it. If it's really stuck it may be seized.
A bad pulley (sharp edge) A seized pulley A misaligned pulley
Seized should mean that it's not turning. Crank the engine and see if the alternator pulley spins or not.
Bearing seized on the pump.
When an engine is seized up, it will not turn over. The crank cannot make a rotation. Take hold of the main pulley and try to turn it. When you cannot turn the engine over, it is seized.
Air pump seized internally
Possibly a worn belt, seized/partially seized pulley (contacting serp. belt), worn belt tensioner or something melting to exhaust manifold.
the only way to fix is to have a garage repair (most likely replace) the AC compressor. You can buy a new belt that is shorter and skips that pulley. I have taken mine to Autozone and we tried 4 or 5 different belts until we found one that fits.
If the fanbelt is also routed around a tensioner pulley, then the pulley may be seized. Or you may be adjusting it too tightly.
The Air conditioning compressor is likely seized. There is a clutch in the pulley that engages the compressor when the A/C is turned on. You can easily check the compressor (with engine off make sure the pulley has had time to cool off as it will be very hot) Try to turn the most center part of the pulley. If you cannot turn it by hand the compressor is seized. The smoke was MOST likely from the serpentine belt rubbing on the seized pulley when the A/C compressor was engaged. Please note that the same belt drives the power steering pump. This belt will be destroyed from the heat and must be replaced to prevent a possible steering failure.
You will need to buy a replacement free-wheeling pulley that goes in place of the seized a/c compressor......
Not if the servo motor is seized. It will have to be replaced.
most likely your airconditioner compressor has gone bad and needs to be replaced. you sould also check the tensioner pulley as the resister tab may have broken when the ac pulley seized up.
Most likely, your air conditioning compressor is cooked or its pulley clutch has seized. Hopefully it was the pulley, because the compressor is not cheap.
Seized belt driven accessory; i.e. alternator, a/c compressor, idler pulley, tensioner pulley, water pump, etc.
More than likely incorrectly aligned or buckled pulley or overtightened or seized pully
It could be a pulley that is seized up on the a/c drive belt that's most likely the problem
In most cases, no, however if you are having issues getting the piston into the caliper, it may be seized, or it may be a turn in caliper.
sounds as if your pulley is locked up.,Frozen,,One or more of your pulleys are seized up
If the power steering pump seized up you will want to replace the pump as one unit. You will probably have to swap your old ps pulley over to the new pump. This is done with a special ps pulley puller/installer. Your local auto parts store can help you with that. Follow directions that come with the new pump to flush the system with clean ps fluid.
The engine has seized up! Pirates have seized the port!
Back the car onto a set of ramps The cable behind the rear cross member of the engine cradle is the park brake cables. Tighten to tighten adjustment and loosen to loosen Be careful: the common problem are seized cables and faulty calipers.
Hi, the vehicle (like all vehicles today) has an automatic tensioner - it is possible that it is seized and needs replacing. Otherwise try this: First, raise the vehicle and remove the wheel from the right front side, next remove the plastic splash shield and from there you will see the tensioner pulley and adjuster bolt. Loosen the nut first and then you turn the adjuster bolt. Ray
A squeak squeak squeak noise is one of two thingsThe belt has a damaged portionEither the belt or one of the pulleys has oil or another contamination on it.If it is a dry grating wine it is a bad bearing in a pulley or driven accessory (alternator, water pump, AC pump etc)If it is a steady squeal the belt is slipping and is hard and glazed or the tensioner is seized and allowing it to run loose or one of the pulley things is seized.