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    I seem to recall a thread on here stating that the tensioner and pulley (I believe) are worth replacing every so often.

    Mine doesnt make a noise on start up etc, however is due an MOT soon and I will get the garage to check over everything while its there.

    Can anyone give me a heads up on this tensioner and pulley as I can not seem to find the thread via search.

    many thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by accveccysriturbo View Post
    I seem to recall a thread on here stating that the tensioner and pulley (I believe) are worth replacing every so often.

    Mine doesnt make a noise on start up etc, however is due an MOT soon and I will get the garage to check over everything while its there.

    Can anyone give me a heads up on this tensioner and pulley as I can not seem to find the thread via search.

    many thanks.
    I don't think the tensioner/pulley should need changing as part of regular maintenance only when the belt is changed or you hear something amiss from the belt area.

    Wouldn't do any harm to be fair.

    Part numbers in THIS THREAD(last post)

    I found the thread on a search for 'modified pulley'.

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    thnks for that, my search returned 17 pages on z20net which i looked through and did not see this thread.

    My car does not rattle etc when you start up but what harm can it do to have them replaced anyway?

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    I change the belt when it starts squeeking on cold mornings other than that it's only a must if the pulley/tensioner actually goes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by accveccysriturbo View Post
    thnks for that, my search returned 17 pages on z20net which i looked through and did not see this thread.

    My car does not rattle etc when you start up but what harm can it do to have them replaced anyway?
    None at all, but as Mark says, no need to replace them 'just in case'. Also best to get the belt replaced at the same time if you're replacing the pulley and tensioner.

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