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    Tensioner pulley seized up

    Hey guys, I have a quick question that maybe you can help with... I have an '85 with the 2.3L diesel and have had the belt tensioner/idler pulley on the front accessory drive that powers the AC and power steering pump seize up. I can't find that part anywhere, any help in finding a replacement would be much appreciated! Thanks!

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    I'm not finding it on Rock Auto. On mine the tensioner and pulley are all one assembly, there is no way to remove the dead pulley. So I need to find that complete piece. I'll shoot a picture of it when I get back to the truck.

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    Try calling here and see if they can get the part for you.

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    There never was an idler for the power steering pump. Only the a/c had the idler. Does your truck have the square Mitsubishi heavy industries compressor? If you do have an idler for the power steering and a/c than its got to be a ranger 4d55 somebody put in your truck!

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