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Old 01-04-2011, 07:42 PM   #81
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UPDATE :::

I know this is an old thread but i wanted to say thank you. Our ac unit burnt out to the point sparks and aweful noises were comming from the clutch (not good). This How-To solved the prob...

I went to the autozone website and they seam to no longer carry torqflo but they do carry duralast pulleys.

I'm pretty sure this the part replacement :

Part Number: 231086
Weight: 0.35 lbs
Warranty: 1 YR
Maximum Belt Width: 06 Rib
Number of Pulley Bearings: 1
Pulley Bearing Inside Diameter (1) (mm): 17
Pulley Bearing Width (mm): 12
Pulley Diameter (mm) (1): 76
Number of Pulley Grooves: 6
Pulley Material (1): Polymer
Pulley Width (mm) (1): 28.7
Belt Pulley Type: Serpentine

Thanks for the effort you all put in this .......... Brian

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Old 01-05-2011, 02:34 AM   #82
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very informative, unfortunatly i had to go alone on this. mine went out two days after i bought her and the pump wasnt very hard to replace. took me about 10-15 mins to do it. not too bad for a kid eh?
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Old 01-05-2011, 09:54 AM   #83
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You don't have to pull the ac unit out to do the by-pass method. I just did it no prob. . runs great .......... Brian

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Old 01-14-2011, 05:49 PM   #84
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hey kno its an old thread...i cant find any part numbers that are listed as far as pulleys go..wondering if its simply a ribbed pulley that fits a 3.4 grand am? or is it a specific size?
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Old 01-15-2011, 09:33 AM   #85
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hey kno its an old thread...i cant find any part numbers that are listed as far as pulleys go..wondering if its simply a ribbed pulley that fits a 3.4 grand am? or is it a specific size?
The correct pulley you need is a ribbed Compressor Works Pulley Part # 45971.
If your part store can't find it, they should be able to cross reference it, if not, find a new part store. I beleive it is just a ribbed idler pulley, its been a while since I have had to look .
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Old 01-15-2011, 05:09 PM   #86
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thanks for the reply....yea im hoping if they dont carry it or cant cross reference..ill simply get a ribbed idler
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Just updating this for anyone looking to do this at all. (Doubt anyone will really... )

But heres the belt part numer i used... (I think its the same they say earlier in this thread but im to lazy to look, and it works great for me)



Now, the pulley i was not able to find exactly, so me and a guy at autozone were trying to figure it out, he tried cross referencing the part number said earlier in thread, and couldnt seem to find it.. So i googled the part number then looked at what the fitment is for, saw it fit a 89 beretta 2.8 (without a/c) yes they have that option for it in thete system, make sure they chose no a/c... And it will come up with a 6 rib idler pulley... I got that and works great. Here is the number.



But thats pretty much it. Happy deleting.
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yeah 6pk1550 is the right belt number... i went with the gatorback version of it for mine.
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I didnt really care to.
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Old 07-15-2013, 03:29 PM   #90
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only did it because i found one cheap on ebay..usually do that with what ever part i'm gonna buy.. did that with the tie-rods and ended up getting both inner and outer tie-rod brand new never used for the price of one outer tie-rod and the exact brand i was gonna buy..paid like $45 for all 4.

if i can buy it online for cheaper than i would in the store and it's not time sensitive then i go that route.
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Yeah i can agree on that.
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