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I have a 09 lancer rallyart and the serpentine belt keeps wanting to slip off any ideas and all the teath lined up right

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This is usually caused by a bad idler or tensioner pulley. If the bearing for one of these pulleys goes bad, it can cause the pulley to kick sideways just a little bit, which is often enough to misalign or even throw the belt.

To check, remove the belt and check the idler and tensioner pulleys for free play in the bearing.

Hope this was helpful

Posted on Oct 25, 2011

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