Lucio Acosta: 1A Auto: Just changed out my AC fan belt and it took about 5-10 minutes and all is working well. Takes about as much effort to change a light bulb, had 2 quotes both around $160 for a 5 minute job. The air intake took a couple of minutes to wiggle out and put back on. Thanks for the video, saved me $$$ now I'll go out to have a nice dinner.
Carlos Anaya: Ive watched many of your videos and truly appreciate all of your efforts to help us out. I always gain the "do it myself" confidence and get it done right. Thank you very much!!
serge: 1AAuto, your videos are really helpful, thanks for your work!
wkeil1981: Great vid, main belt easy. Ac belt hard. Thanks
Jason Johnson: Great video, big help.
Federico Velasquez: Awesome demonstration, Thank you. I did it very easily following your video.
IRACEMY SUPRA: Nice vid... i noticed you replaced both the tensioners also, would you say this was necassary or just preventitive maintenance??
sohc281: Thanks good stuff
revisionxvideo: Great video - only one very minor item worth mentioning. In your companion Silverado video about the serpentine belt, you might want to mention that if you're doing both belts at the same time (like I was), do the AC one first. :)
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pablo martin: Thanks save me a lot time and money
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.
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Tom Hartsell: I must tell you how much I appreciated watching your video. You saved me hours of trying to figure out on my own how to remove and replace the outer belt so I could install a new belt. Your video pics and angles specifically showed me how to remove tension on both belts. It made uninstall and reinstall a breeze That was a biggie... Thankyou.Thankyou.Thankyou.Thankyou.Thankyou.
1A Auto Parts: Turn the AC on and see how the AC clutch reacts, see if it shuts off when you loose the cold air. If it does, check the AC relays and the power to the system. Hope this helps you out. 1aauto.com 888-844-3393
brent6699: I had similar problem, freon was at proper levels.
HandyManCam: Great video. I appreciate you taking the time to make it. I have an 04 Silverado that had a compressor belt that was really worn. The compressor seems to be fine spinning freely. I have a new belt to put on. This was helpful.
1A Auto Parts: You may want to have the Freon level checked to see if it needs to be charged. 1aauto.com 888-844-3393
Arlene Herrera: Great vid. The ac in my truck was coming out in in pulses. Slowly it stopped working less and less. Now is doesn't work at all. Could this be do to the belt?
1A Auto Parts: The AC compressor needs to spin with the belt in order for it to work correctly.
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