Michael Owens: Dude you are by far the best do-it-youself healpers on line You actaully show what we need to see...THANKS .....
KEITH KUHN: GREAT VIDEOS KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK. KEITH KUHN
janzaldo80: Just removed and replaced the AC belt on my 2005 Silverado with help from this video. I've been putting if off because I thought it was a difficult job. The whole job took me about 25 minutes and surprisingly very easy to do. Many thanks for the video!
Spencer Robinson: Hi! Your videos are a life saver! Thank you. Would you happen to sell or have a part number for the two bolts that hold the a/c tensioner on? I've got a 5.3 in my Blazer and I'm just getting all the parts together to get the a/c running lol. Last thing left is the bolts.
Oddman1980: I knew my tensioner pulley was bad. How did I know? Wife tells me the air conditioner quit working. I take a look, and the belt is gone. Crawl down there, and sure enough, that little fella won't move a bit.
savage420bansheeyo: Thanx Mike! Your videos rule!!!
They've helped me out a buncha times so far.
Keep them coming.
Larry Foster: Great Video! With the veh running should the AC belt tensioner be moving? (it looks like its skipping up and down 1/4 to 1/2 inch) 2004 GMC Yukon 4X4. I just replace the idler and tensioner for the serpentine belt, wondering if some noise could be coming from the AC belt?
legit customz: My belt broke off of the compressor... It sour make a noise only on acceleration and would smooth it self out..what could the problem be
Mack Mcgregor: i used this video to replace my ac pulley .great job on making it easy for me. thanks!
Robert Ahmmo: I changed my belt once and it broke. I then changed the pulley and belt and the AC worked but after a few days the belt broke again. What is the next step?
Michael Stanton: I just changed my ac belt and now my battery light is on and it's saying battery not charging. Any suggestions?
Chris Green: i used the video as a guide and what tools I needed but I didn't need to remove intake or skid plate like recommended. I have the 5.3 so maybe there is more room but I was able to reach the bottom tensioner without removing the skid plate. also I have an aftermarket intake so maybe that is why I had more room to reach the upper tensioner.
muertos al pecado: Your video is super super the best is my firsts time changing the AC bell and I did it right
muertos al pecado: I did my chevy suburban 2003
SuperDavide11: I just did my 2003 Silverado and your video is RIGHT ON . Thank you.
1A Auto Parts: You may want to inspect the clutch assembly on the AC compressor to see if it needs to be replaced. 1aauto.com 888-844-3393
1ghuck: I have same problem. Changed Tensioner, both belts, thought maybe...... nope same thing, noise when a/c on, no noise when a/c off. Tensioner for a/c vibrates really bad when a/c on, and is just a little better when a/c off. This all started 2 days after changing blower motor resistor ??
Robert Rodd: I just did this on my 2008 Tahoe, and it was a little easier than shown. The tensioner for the serpentine belt is located so that it can be reached easily without removing the air intake. And, although you use a 3/8" wrench with no socket on the A/C tensioner, on the serpentine tensioner it took a 15mm socket. The whole thing took 30 minutes, tops.
Christopher Thayer: Your a/c compressor could also be locking up. You'll know if it is by the terrible sound it makes. It'll sound like a terrible ratcheting noise under the hood when accelerating with A/C or defroster on.
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