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pas pump belt

Postby lotustonybassplayer » Sat 22.04.2017, 17:20

since doing the cambelt and changing the other belts the pas pump is screaming I cannot get the belt any tighter no matter what i try :roll: my question is the belt directional nothing i can see says it is :?: by the way it has air con aswell. I might try refitting the old one :roll: ps the new one is a dayco from the the cambelt/waterpump kit from rockauto
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Re: pas pump belt

Postby alan e » Sat 22.04.2017, 18:23

Is the belt still loose ?
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Re: pas pump belt

Postby lotustonybassplayer » Sat 22.04.2017, 18:45

it's not loose loose it feels quite tight from below but from above the deflection is more :!: if that makes sense :roll:
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Re: pas pump belt

Postby clemo » Sat 22.04.2017, 19:42

screaming slipping or screaming bearing?
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Re: pas pump belt

Postby lotustonybassplayer » Sat 22.04.2017, 20:27

It was slipping screaming like a bit part actress in a hammer horror film :-D i took the executive decision to refit the old belt and now all ok silence is golden :D the number on the new belt was slightly different to the old one . It was thinner as in thickness of the belt, don't know if that makes a difference to tension it or not :?:
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Re: pas pump belt

Postby clemo » Sat 22.04.2017, 23:48

i assume it was a gates belt ?

The difference in number will be significant for sure
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Re: pas pump belt

Postby paulg » Sun 29.04.2018, 09:52

Hi
I need various parts including this belt, does anyone know how to search LEC for parts numbers, I also need water pump, timing belt, alternator belt, etc
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Re: pas pump belt

Postby Fredjohn » Sun 29.04.2018, 10:39

paulg wrote:Hi
I need various parts including this belt, does anyone know how to search LEC for parts numbers, I also need water pump, timing belt, alternator belt, etc


Yes..... Look on WikiLEC under Belts. All listed there.
For water pump and tensioner idler go to Rock Auto and look up 1992 Isuzu Impulse or search on here for umpteen threads and posts re these items.
Be sure to get the correct pump with the rounded teeth not the square ones.
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