Oh I know, its just I was wondering about the Harmonic balancer myself. Its kind of funny how it only squeals under load/rev when cold, give it 30 seconds to a minute to idle and its fine.Jim Mesthene said:I just gave you a diagnostic procedure, not a diagnosis.
I have worked in Auto Parts before and delt with issue like this one which were related to:ShadowWorks said:I don't care who made the main crank pulley, it won't fall apart in a month unless you over tightened the belts? there must be some deflection in the belts, I recommend at least 20mm but that's just my fingers.
The cold metal and new belts will make some squeal, it could just be the type of belts, they build up a dirty rubber patina on the pulleys in time that stops squeal but that's my thinking again.
<puzzled>woywitka said:Unless the belts are made as a set, you are can never get belts that are 100% the same, so one can easily slip when cold.