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So I took your advice and did what you said. the truck is running but is really noisey, is it suppose to be this way?
the clutch plate had burned up, but the pulley on the a/c unit is still freely turning, but it is noisey when running, like I said. How do I know if this is the bearing? And if it is the bearing then how do I replace it?
My husband is concerned his truck is going to freeze up, or whatever and insists on my installing the bypass pulley! Is there any way I can reassure him his truck is fine??
And if push comes to shove and I have to install the bypass pulley can you give me instructions and a diagram of how to do so?
I apologize for taking so long to get back to you, but have been sick.
Hi,which engine do you have(4 cylinder or V-6).This is not hard to do ,remove the compressor refrigerant lines(it would be good to remove and recycle the refrigerant if possible)and be careful not to inhale escaping gases.Then remove the compressor and install the by pass pulley kit.Remove the refrigerant lines as far back to the firewall as you can and block them off as well as you can(if you decide to repair the A/C later it will keep water out of the system).Then install the serpentine belt in its original routing. If you need more help please let me know,thanks,
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need help on a 1999 Chevy K3500 pickup with a 7.4 L