I would say it can only be one of two things. Either the belt is not the correct size for your vehicle or the tensioner is not installed correctly (or no longer functioning properly).
-we had a 97 with a cracked tensioner and that's what it did so pop the tensioner off and vuisually inspect it. that's probably your problem. we have replaced ours twice. good luck
what color is Saturn
Saturn is the 6th planet in the Solar System.
A pale yellow is the main color.
Define "next to". The order going outward from the Sun is Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus. However, Saturn can appear in the sky "next to" any of the other planets.
It really depends of the distance between you and Saturn they may appear if they did they would be a dot if not you wont see them
it appears to be yellow and brownish from all the gasses in it.
becuase of its rings
Saturn has at least 62 "natural satellites" or moons, in addition to many small "moonlets" that appear within the ring system.
The planet Saturn is next the planets Jupiter and Uranus. It is famous for being the only planet with what appear to be rings that float around the planet.
If the conditions are right, then yes you can, and it will appear as bright as a star.
Twice in every orbital rotation of Saturn, its rings appear edge-on to us and become invisible. That happens about every 15 years.
No. Mars, however, may appear to have canals if you don't look closely.
Much of Saturn's helium has differentiated towards its center.
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If they appear to be in good condition, then NO, do not replace them.
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Saturn looks like a ball that has been flattened from the top and bottom. This flattening is due to its speedy rotation around its axis. Although the other gaseous planets also appear flat from the top and bottom, Saturn appears the flattest. Its is tannish brown and yellow in some parts.
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The larger ones are spherical. Some are oddly shaped and appear to be captured asteroids or pieces of other, broken satellites. some appear to be relatively loose assemblages of smaller objects.
The outer atmosphere of Saturn consists of 96.3% molecular hydrogen and 3.25% helium. Trace amounts of ammonia, acetylene, ethane, phosphine and methane have also been detected. The upper clouds on Saturn are composed of ammonia crystals, while the lower level clouds appear to be composed of either ammonium hydrosulfide (NH4SH) or water.
Yes and so is Venus. The planets that move in retrograde (appear to move backwards against the starry sky) are Mars Jupiter and Saturn.
As Saturn is a planet , it is in orbit around the Sun and not always in the same position .This means any objects which appear to be near it in the sky will vary according to the Earths position in its annual journey , and Saturns own orbit , which takes over 29 of our years to complete...
Saturn has rings. But the rings aren't actually rings, they just appear as so. The rings are an accumulation of ice and other space rock debris that is stuck in the gravitational orbit of Saturn. It encircles the planet and appears as rings. Saturn's moons are also in its rings.
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