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Old 02-25-2013, 09:41 AM
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Serpentine Belt, SNAP!!!

The ol'girl started screaming at me while picking my kid up from school. Thought maybe a pulley was freezing up. Got home and to my surprise, pulley off of the tensioner is about ready to fall off. My question is if you loose a belt, does it do any damage internally. Like the timing or valves. I only ended up driving about 1/2 mile to get home. Thanks guys.
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No timeing problems possible, the timeing gears are on the back of the motor.
You can however wipe out the coolant temp sensor or the ebp if mounted in the front if the belt flies in the right diection.
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