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Belt Slipping Off AC Pulley – 97 Mitsubishi Eclipse RS

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    gabe Mullins
    gabe Mullins
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    I’ve been having this problem for about a month and have not been able to drive my eclipse. Womp womp womp. Anyway, I ended up pulling the ac compressor, I replaced the bearing in that compressor, and thought maybe that was it because it was slipping off that pulley. Well, that didnt fix it. So I figured it was maybe the idler pulley considering it was right above it and it looked a little bit more wore out. The bearings in the pulley didnt look that great. So I ended up ordering a new idler pulley. Just about 30 minutes ago I replaced the idler pulley and that belt is still slipping off the AC pulley. Any ideas on what it could be? Just trying to get my Car back in commission. Lol. Much appreciated

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    Nightflyr *
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    You need to check to see that all the pulleys that spin the AC belt are all in the same plane and remain in the same plane while the engine is running.

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