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Old 10-09-2017, 07:06 PM   #253
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What does it sound like? Could be the belt is stretched out, or if it is a gates belt, try a Goodyear one.
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Old 10-09-2017, 07:09 PM   #254
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From searching all over the forum I think Iíve finally decided. Ordering some Boca Ceramic Hybrid NB2 17x35x10 6003 bearings. Went ahead and ordered 4 to get it over with and hope this will be my last problem until I sale the car later down the road lol hereís to it working out the way Iíd like it to for a change.
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Old 10-09-2017, 07:12 PM   #255
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Don’t think it’s the belt. I originally thought it was but after looking at feedback on bearing threads it has to be the bearings in the pulley. Noises and whatnot that others have reported are just like my car. And the location of noise is right where they would be inside whatever the black piece is they are in lol
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Old 10-13-2017, 07:55 PM   #256
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Donít think itís the belt. I originally thought it was but after looking at feedback on bearing threads it has to be the bearings in the pulley. Noises and whatnot that others have reported are just like my car. And the location of noise is right where they would be inside whatever the black piece is they are in lol
Yes I ordered the boca bearing when 1 of mine sized up . They fit perfectly , hope you get your problem fixed
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It doesn’t make sense though because the squealing noise stops when spraying water on the belt. So I guess it’s a pulley misalignment? I’ve looked up videos on vortech sc kits with that and I’m going to say it’s a misalignment. I had my kit originally installed at an actual performance shop but after my engine failed the dealership reinstalled it so I’m sure they didn’t put it back on right. Not sure what I’m going to do but something has to happen ASAP cause I can’t even drive my car in public anymore without being so embarrassed.
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