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Old 04-17-2002, 09:17 AM   #7
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Join Date: May 2001
Chapter/Region: South East
1997 Ver IV


the lightened crank/alternator ones, or the idler pulley that runs the compressor?

i replaced the idler pulley back in november or decemeber as well...the bearing in the old one burned up, and made the most hideous racket when the engine was running, so i just removed it back in september, and went sans a/c for a while...then after i replaced it and tried to use it again...shake shake shake at idle.

i thought it was my intake giving the ECU fits with the additional load of the a/c on the hisses like a den of cobras at idle when the compressor's on.

but if it's the lightened pulleys causing the problem...i guess i'll just live without a/c around town, or go back to OEM ones with a really light flywheel.

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