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Fan Belt tensioners.


Belt tensioners are extremely important in the proper operation of the accessory belt drive system. A tensioner maintains the correct amount of tension on the belt at all times throughout its duty cycle. It also helps protect other components such as the alternator and water pump from undue stress and premature failure. In addition, a tensioner is a relatively inexpensive part to replace. So, every time you replace a multi-ribbed belt, be sure to replace the tensioner at the same time.

Furthermore, when a tensioner has reached the end of its service life Gates recommends that all wear parts are replaced at the same time to ensure the best long-term solution.

THE IMPORTANCE OF CORRECT BELT TENSION
If the belt tension is too low, the belt will slip causing noise, extremely high temperatures and premature belt wear, all of which can lead to the poor functioning of the belt-driven accessories. If the tension is too high, this will cause excessive wear to the belt-driven accessories.

Symptoms of a Bad or Failing Drive Belt Tensioner

1. RUST BLEED AND CRACKS
Appearance: Rust is bleeding between arm and base or dripping from the tensioner. Also, check the tensioner for cracks or damage to arm, housing and bracket. Some damage can’t be seen unless the tensioner has been removed.

Cause: Rust bleeding or dripping is a sign of internal component wear. Most common crack damage occurs at tensioner “stops” and mounting bolts.

Solution: Replace the tensioner. .

2. PULLEY BEARING WEAR
Appearance: With the engine off and the belt removed, manually rotate the pulley. If you notice noise, resistance or roughness, the problem is likely to be pulley bearing wear.

Cause: Defective bearing and/or pulley.

Solution: Replace the complete tensioner. Do not attempt to replace a worn pulley in a used tensioner assembly but always replace the entire tensioner assembly, as part failure will inevitably follow quickly.

3. PULLEY WEAR
Pulleys are made from plastic, nylon or steel and have either a flat or grooved surface.

Appearance: Flat surfaces should be smooth and free from chips, cracks and dents. Grooved surfaces should be free of chips, cracks, dents and embedded debris within the grooves. The high points of the grooves should not be worn down and be of equal height. Plastic pulleys have fins in sidewalls that should not be cracked or broken.

Cause: Belt wearing into the pulley.

Solution: Replace the complete tensioner. Do not attempt to replace a worn pulley in a used tensioner assembly but always replace the entire tensioner assembly, as part failure will inevitably follow quickly.

4 TENSIONER NOISE
Appearance: Squeaks and rattles coming from the tensioner.

Cause: Failure of bearings or pivot area will cause excessive noise.

Solution: Replace the tensioner. Also read our guidelines to correctly diagnose accessory belt drive noise.

#FAN #BELT #FANBELT #OEM #QHUK #DENKI #INA #TOYOTA #NISSAN #TENSIONER #BELTTENSIONER

For more info, visit --> https://www.gatestechzone.com/en/problem-diagnosis/accessory-drive-system/tensioner-failure-signs

RM130.00

Fan Belt tensioners.


Belt tensioners are extremely important in the proper operation of the accessory belt drive system. A tensioner maintains the correct amount of tension on the belt at all times throughout its duty cycle. It also helps protect other components such as the alternator and water pump from undue stress and premature failure. In addition, a tensioner is a relatively inexpensive part to replace. So, every time you replace a multi-ribbed belt, be sure to replace the tensioner at the same time.

Furthermore, when a tensioner has reached the end of its service life Gates recommends that all wear parts are replaced at the same time to ensure the best long-term solution.

THE IMPORTANCE OF CORRECT BELT TENSION
If the belt tension is too low, the belt will slip causing noise, extremely high temperatures and premature belt wear, all of which can lead to the poor functioning of the belt-driven accessories. If the tension is too high, this will cause excessive wear to the belt-driven accessories.

Symptoms of a Bad or Failing Drive Belt Tensioner

1. RUST BLEED AND CRACKS
Appearance: Rust is bleeding between arm and base or dripping from the tensioner. Also, check the tensioner for cracks or damage to arm, housing and bracket. Some damage can’t be seen unless the tensioner has been removed.

Cause: Rust bleeding or dripping is a sign of internal component wear. Most common crack damage occurs at tensioner “stops” and mounting bolts.

Solution: Replace the tensioner. .

2. PULLEY BEARING WEAR
Appearance: With the engine off and the belt removed, manually rotate the pulley. If you notice noise, resistance or roughness, the problem is likely to be pulley bearing wear.

Cause: Defective bearing and/or pulley.

Solution: Replace the complete tensioner. Do not attempt to replace a worn pulley in a used tensioner assembly but always replace the entire tensioner assembly, as part failure will inevitably follow quickly.

3. PULLEY WEAR
Pulleys are made from plastic, nylon or steel and have either a flat or grooved surface.

Appearance: Flat surfaces should be smooth and free from chips, cracks and dents. Grooved surfaces should be free of chips, cracks, dents and embedded debris within the grooves. The high points of the grooves should not be worn down and be of equal height. Plastic pulleys have fins in sidewalls that should not be cracked or broken.

Cause: Belt wearing into the pulley.

Solution: Replace the complete tensioner. Do not attempt to replace a worn pulley in a used tensioner assembly but always replace the entire tensioner assembly, as part failure will inevitably follow quickly.

4 TENSIONER NOISE
Appearance: Squeaks and rattles coming from the tensioner.

Cause: Failure of bearings or pivot area will cause excessive noise.

Solution: Replace the tensioner. Also read our guidelines to correctly diagnose accessory belt drive noise.

#FAN #BELT #FANBELT #OEM #QHUK #DENKI #INA #TOYOTA #NISSAN #TENSIONER #BELTTENSIONER

For more info, visit --> https://www.gatestechzone.com/en/problem-diagnosis/accessory-drive-system/tensioner-failure-signs

RM135.00

Fan Belt tensioners.


Belt tensioners are extremely important in the proper operation of the accessory belt drive system. A tensioner maintains the correct amount of tension on the belt at all times throughout its duty cycle. It also helps protect other components such as the alternator and water pump from undue stress and premature failure. In addition, a tensioner is a relatively inexpensive part to replace. So, every time you replace a multi-ribbed belt, be sure to replace the tensioner at the same time.

Furthermore, when a tensioner has reached the end of its service life Gates recommends that all wear parts are replaced at the same time to ensure the best long-term solution.

THE IMPORTANCE OF CORRECT BELT TENSION
If the belt tension is too low, the belt will slip causing noise, extremely high temperatures and premature belt wear, all of which can lead to the poor functioning of the belt-driven accessories. If the tension is too high, this will cause excessive wear to the belt-driven accessories.

Symptoms of a Bad or Failing Drive Belt Tensioner

1. RUST BLEED AND CRACKS
Appearance: Rust is bleeding between arm and base or dripping from the tensioner. Also, check the tensioner for cracks or damage to arm, housing and bracket. Some damage can’t be seen unless the tensioner has been removed.

Cause: Rust bleeding or dripping is a sign of internal component wear. Most common crack damage occurs at tensioner “stops” and mounting bolts.

Solution: Replace the tensioner. .

2. PULLEY BEARING WEAR
Appearance: With the engine off and the belt removed, manually rotate the pulley. If you notice noise, resistance or roughness, the problem is likely to be pulley bearing wear.

Cause: Defective bearing and/or pulley.

Solution: Replace the complete tensioner. Do not attempt to replace a worn pulley in a used tensioner assembly but always replace the entire tensioner assembly, as part failure will inevitably follow quickly.

3. PULLEY WEAR
Pulleys are made from plastic, nylon or steel and have either a flat or grooved surface.

Appearance: Flat surfaces should be smooth and free from chips, cracks and dents. Grooved surfaces should be free of chips, cracks, dents and embedded debris within the grooves. The high points of the grooves should not be worn down and be of equal height. Plastic pulleys have fins in sidewalls that should not be cracked or broken.

Cause: Belt wearing into the pulley.

Solution: Replace the complete tensioner. Do not attempt to replace a worn pulley in a used tensioner assembly but always replace the entire tensioner assembly, as part failure will inevitably follow quickly.

4 TENSIONER NOISE
Appearance: Squeaks and rattles coming from the tensioner.

Cause: Failure of bearings or pivot area will cause excessive noise.

Solution: Replace the tensioner. Also read our guidelines to correctly diagnose accessory belt drive noise.

#FAN #BELT #FANBELT #OEM #QHUK #DENKI #INA #TOYOTA #NISSAN #TENSIONER #BELTTENSIONER

For more info, visit --> https://www.gatestechzone.com/en/problem-diagnosis/accessory-drive-system/tensioner-failure-signs

RM230.00

Fan Belt tensioners.


Belt tensioners are extremely important in the proper operation of the accessory belt drive system. A tensioner maintains the correct amount of tension on the belt at all times throughout its duty cycle. It also helps protect other components such as the alternator and water pump from undue stress and premature failure. In addition, a tensioner is a relatively inexpensive part to replace. So, every time you replace a multi-ribbed belt, be sure to replace the tensioner at the same time.

Furthermore, when a tensioner has reached the end of its service life Gates recommends that all wear parts are replaced at the same time to ensure the best long-term solution.

THE IMPORTANCE OF CORRECT BELT TENSION
If the belt tension is too low, the belt will slip causing noise, extremely high temperatures and premature belt wear, all of which can lead to the poor functioning of the belt-driven accessories. If the tension is too high, this will cause excessive wear to the belt-driven accessories.

Symptoms of a Bad or Failing Drive Belt Tensioner

1. RUST BLEED AND CRACKS
Appearance: Rust is bleeding between arm and base or dripping from the tensioner. Also, check the tensioner for cracks or damage to arm, housing and bracket. Some damage can’t be seen unless the tensioner has been removed.

Cause: Rust bleeding or dripping is a sign of internal component wear. Most common crack damage occurs at tensioner “stops” and mounting bolts.

Solution: Replace the tensioner. .

2. PULLEY BEARING WEAR
Appearance: With the engine off and the belt removed, manually rotate the pulley. If you notice noise, resistance or roughness, the problem is likely to be pulley bearing wear.

Cause: Defective bearing and/or pulley.

Solution: Replace the complete tensioner. Do not attempt to replace a worn pulley in a used tensioner assembly but always replace the entire tensioner assembly, as part failure will inevitably follow quickly.

3. PULLEY WEAR
Pulleys are made from plastic, nylon or steel and have either a flat or grooved surface.

Appearance: Flat surfaces should be smooth and free from chips, cracks and dents. Grooved surfaces should be free of chips, cracks, dents and embedded debris within the grooves. The high points of the grooves should not be worn down and be of equal height. Plastic pulleys have fins in sidewalls that should not be cracked or broken.

Cause: Belt wearing into the pulley.

Solution: Replace the complete tensioner. Do not attempt to replace a worn pulley in a used tensioner assembly but always replace the entire tensioner assembly, as part failure will inevitably follow quickly.

4 TENSIONER NOISE
Appearance: Squeaks and rattles coming from the tensioner.

Cause: Failure of bearings or pivot area will cause excessive noise.

Solution: Replace the tensioner. Also read our guidelines to correctly diagnose accessory belt drive noise.

#FAN #BELT #FANBELT #OEM #QHUK #DENKI #INA #TOYOTA #NISSAN #TENSIONER #BELTTENSIONER

For more info, visit --> https://www.gatestechzone.com/en/problem-diagnosis/accessory-drive-system/tensioner-failure-signs

RM138.00

Fan Belt tensioners.


Belt tensioners are extremely important in the proper operation of the accessory belt drive system. A tensioner maintains the correct amount of tension on the belt at all times throughout its duty cycle. It also helps protect other components such as the alternator and water pump from undue stress and premature failure. In addition, a tensioner is a relatively inexpensive part to replace. So, every time you replace a multi-ribbed belt, be sure to replace the tensioner at the same time.

Furthermore, when a tensioner has reached the end of its service life Gates recommends that all wear parts are replaced at the same time to ensure the best long-term solution.

THE IMPORTANCE OF CORRECT BELT TENSION
If the belt tension is too low, the belt will slip causing noise, extremely high temperatures and premature belt wear, all of which can lead to the poor functioning of the belt-driven accessories. If the tension is too high, this will cause excessive wear to the belt-driven accessories.

Symptoms of a Bad or Failing Drive Belt Tensioner

1. RUST BLEED AND CRACKS
Appearance: Rust is bleeding between arm and base or dripping from the tensioner. Also, check the tensioner for cracks or damage to arm, housing and bracket. Some damage can’t be seen unless the tensioner has been removed.

Cause: Rust bleeding or dripping is a sign of internal component wear. Most common crack damage occurs at tensioner “stops” and mounting bolts.

Solution: Replace the tensioner. .

2. PULLEY BEARING WEAR
Appearance: With the engine off and the belt removed, manually rotate the pulley. If you notice noise, resistance or roughness, the problem is likely to be pulley bearing wear.

Cause: Defective bearing and/or pulley.

Solution: Replace the complete tensioner. Do not attempt to replace a worn pulley in a used tensioner assembly but always replace the entire tensioner assembly, as part failure will inevitably follow quickly.

3. PULLEY WEAR
Pulleys are made from plastic, nylon or steel and have either a flat or grooved surface.

Appearance: Flat surfaces should be smooth and free from chips, cracks and dents. Grooved surfaces should be free of chips, cracks, dents and embedded debris within the grooves. The high points of the grooves should not be worn down and be of equal height. Plastic pulleys have fins in sidewalls that should not be cracked or broken.

Cause: Belt wearing into the pulley.

Solution: Replace the complete tensioner. Do not attempt to replace a worn pulley in a used tensioner assembly but always replace the entire tensioner assembly, as part failure will inevitably follow quickly.

4 TENSIONER NOISE
Appearance: Squeaks and rattles coming from the tensioner.

Cause: Failure of bearings or pivot area will cause excessive noise.

Solution: Replace the tensioner. Also read our guidelines to correctly diagnose accessory belt drive noise.

#FAN #BELT #FANBELT #OEM #QHUK #DENKI #INA #TOYOTA #NISSAN #TENSIONER #BELTTENSIONER

For more info, visit --> https://www.gatestechzone.com/en/problem-diagnosis/accessory-drive-system/tensioner-failure-signs

RM80.00

Fan Belt tensioners.


Belt tensioners are extremely important in the proper operation of the accessory belt drive system. A tensioner maintains the correct amount of tension on the belt at all times throughout its duty cycle. It also helps protect other components such as the alternator and water pump from undue stress and premature failure. In addition, a tensioner is a relatively inexpensive part to replace. So, every time you replace a multi-ribbed belt, be sure to replace the tensioner at the same time.

Furthermore, when a tensioner has reached the end of its service life Gates recommends that all wear parts are replaced at the same time to ensure the best long-term solution.

THE IMPORTANCE OF CORRECT BELT TENSION
If the belt tension is too low, the belt will slip causing noise, extremely high temperatures and premature belt wear, all of which can lead to the poor functioning of the belt-driven accessories. If the tension is too high, this will cause excessive wear to the belt-driven accessories.

Symptoms of a Bad or Failing Drive Belt Tensioner

1. RUST BLEED AND CRACKS
Appearance: Rust is bleeding between arm and base or dripping from the tensioner. Also, check the tensioner for cracks or damage to arm, housing and bracket. Some damage can’t be seen unless the tensioner has been removed.

Cause: Rust bleeding or dripping is a sign of internal component wear. Most common crack damage occurs at tensioner “stops” and mounting bolts.

Solution: Replace the tensioner. .

2. PULLEY BEARING WEAR
Appearance: With the engine off and the belt removed, manually rotate the pulley. If you notice noise, resistance or roughness, the problem is likely to be pulley bearing wear.

Cause: Defective bearing and/or pulley.

Solution: Replace the complete tensioner. Do not attempt to replace a worn pulley in a used tensioner assembly but always replace the entire tensioner assembly, as part failure will inevitably follow quickly.

3. PULLEY WEAR
Pulleys are made from plastic, nylon or steel and have either a flat or grooved surface.

Appearance: Flat surfaces should be smooth and free from chips, cracks and dents. Grooved surfaces should be free of chips, cracks, dents and embedded debris within the grooves. The high points of the grooves should not be worn down and be of equal height. Plastic pulleys have fins in sidewalls that should not be cracked or broken.

Cause: Belt wearing into the pulley.

Solution: Replace the complete tensioner. Do not attempt to replace a worn pulley in a used tensioner assembly but always replace the entire tensioner assembly, as part failure will inevitably follow quickly.

4 TENSIONER NOISE
Appearance: Squeaks and rattles coming from the tensioner.

Cause: Failure of bearings or pivot area will cause excessive noise.

Solution: Replace the tensioner. Also read our guidelines to correctly diagnose accessory belt drive noise.

#FAN #BELT #FANBELT #OEM #QHUK #DENKI #INA #TOYOTA #NISSAN #TENSIONER #BELTTENSIONER

For more info, visit --> https://www.gatestechzone.com/en/problem-diagnosis/accessory-drive-system/tensioner-failure-signs

RM230.00

Fan Belt tensioners.


Belt tensioners are extremely important in the proper operation of the accessory belt drive system. A tensioner maintains the correct amount of tension on the belt at all times throughout its duty cycle. It also helps protect other components such as the alternator and water pump from undue stress and premature failure. In addition, a tensioner is a relatively inexpensive part to replace. So, every time you replace a multi-ribbed belt, be sure to replace the tensioner at the same time.

Furthermore, when a tensioner has reached the end of its service life Gates recommends that all wear parts are replaced at the same time to ensure the best long-term solution.

THE IMPORTANCE OF CORRECT BELT TENSION
If the belt tension is too low, the belt will slip causing noise, extremely high temperatures and premature belt wear, all of which can lead to the poor functioning of the belt-driven accessories. If the tension is too high, this will cause excessive wear to the belt-driven accessories.

Symptoms of a Bad or Failing Drive Belt Tensioner

1. RUST BLEED AND CRACKS
Appearance: Rust is bleeding between arm and base or dripping from the tensioner. Also, check the tensioner for cracks or damage to arm, housing and bracket. Some damage can’t be seen unless the tensioner has been removed.

Cause: Rust bleeding or dripping is a sign of internal component wear. Most common crack damage occurs at tensioner “stops” and mounting bolts.

Solution: Replace the tensioner. .

2. PULLEY BEARING WEAR
Appearance: With the engine off and the belt removed, manually rotate the pulley. If you notice noise, resistance or roughness, the problem is likely to be pulley bearing wear.

Cause: Defective bearing and/or pulley.

Solution: Replace the complete tensioner. Do not attempt to replace a worn pulley in a used tensioner assembly but always replace the entire tensioner assembly, as part failure will inevitably follow quickly.

3. PULLEY WEAR
Pulleys are made from plastic, nylon or steel and have either a flat or grooved surface.

Appearance: Flat surfaces should be smooth and free from chips, cracks and dents. Grooved surfaces should be free of chips, cracks, dents and embedded debris within the grooves. The high points of the grooves should not be worn down and be of equal height. Plastic pulleys have fins in sidewalls that should not be cracked or broken.

Cause: Belt wearing into the pulley.

Solution: Replace the complete tensioner. Do not attempt to replace a worn pulley in a used tensioner assembly but always replace the entire tensioner assembly, as part failure will inevitably follow quickly.

4 TENSIONER NOISE
Appearance: Squeaks and rattles coming from the tensioner.

Cause: Failure of bearings or pivot area will cause excessive noise.

Solution: Replace the tensioner. Also read our guidelines to correctly diagnose accessory belt drive noise.

#FAN #BELT #FANBELT #OEM #QHUK #DENKI #INA #TOYOTA #NISSAN #TENSIONER #BELTTENSIONER

For more info, visit --> https://www.gatestechzone.com/en/problem-diagnosis/accessory-drive-system/tensioner-failure-signs

RM128.00

Fan Belt tensioners.


Belt tensioners are extremely important in the proper operation of the accessory belt drive system. A tensioner maintains the correct amount of tension on the belt at all times throughout its duty cycle. It also helps protect other components such as the alternator and water pump from undue stress and premature failure. In addition, a tensioner is a relatively inexpensive part to replace. So, every time you replace a multi-ribbed belt, be sure to replace the tensioner at the same time.

Furthermore, when a tensioner has reached the end of its service life Gates recommends that all wear parts are replaced at the same time to ensure the best long-term solution.

THE IMPORTANCE OF CORRECT BELT TENSION
If the belt tension is too low, the belt will slip causing noise, extremely high temperatures and premature belt wear, all of which can lead to the poor functioning of the belt-driven accessories. If the tension is too high, this will cause excessive wear to the belt-driven accessories.

Symptoms of a Bad or Failing Drive Belt Tensioner

1. RUST BLEED AND CRACKS
Appearance: Rust is bleeding between arm and base or dripping from the tensioner. Also, check the tensioner for cracks or damage to arm, housing and bracket. Some damage can’t be seen unless the tensioner has been removed.

Cause: Rust bleeding or dripping is a sign of internal component wear. Most common crack damage occurs at tensioner “stops” and mounting bolts.

Solution: Replace the tensioner. .

2. PULLEY BEARING WEAR
Appearance: With the engine off and the belt removed, manually rotate the pulley. If you notice noise, resistance or roughness, the problem is likely to be pulley bearing wear.

Cause: Defective bearing and/or pulley.

Solution: Replace the complete tensioner. Do not attempt to replace a worn pulley in a used tensioner assembly but always replace the entire tensioner assembly, as part failure will inevitably follow quickly.

3. PULLEY WEAR
Pulleys are made from plastic, nylon or steel and have either a flat or grooved surface.

Appearance: Flat surfaces should be smooth and free from chips, cracks and dents. Grooved surfaces should be free of chips, cracks, dents and embedded debris within the grooves. The high points of the grooves should not be worn down and be of equal height. Plastic pulleys have fins in sidewalls that should not be cracked or broken.

Cause: Belt wearing into the pulley.

Solution: Replace the complete tensioner. Do not attempt to replace a worn pulley in a used tensioner assembly but always replace the entire tensioner assembly, as part failure will inevitably follow quickly.

4 TENSIONER NOISE
Appearance: Squeaks and rattles coming from the tensioner.

Cause: Failure of bearings or pivot area will cause excessive noise.

Solution: Replace the tensioner. Also read our guidelines to correctly diagnose accessory belt drive noise.

#FAN #BELT #FANBELT #OEM #QHUK #DENKI #INA #TOYOTA #NISSAN #TENSIONER #BELTTENSIONER

For more info, visit --> https://www.gatestechzone.com/en/problem-diagnosis/accessory-drive-system/tensioner-failure-signs

RM205.00

Fan Belt tensioners.


Belt tensioners are extremely important in the proper operation of the accessory belt drive system. A tensioner maintains the correct amount of tension on the belt at all times throughout its duty cycle. It also helps protect other components such as the alternator and water pump from undue stress and premature failure. In addition, a tensioner is a relatively inexpensive part to replace. So, every time you replace a multi-ribbed belt, be sure to replace the tensioner at the same time.

Furthermore, when a tensioner has reached the end of its service life Gates recommends that all wear parts are replaced at the same time to ensure the best long-term solution.

THE IMPORTANCE OF CORRECT BELT TENSION
If the belt tension is too low, the belt will slip causing noise, extremely high temperatures and premature belt wear, all of which can lead to the poor functioning of the belt-driven accessories. If the tension is too high, this will cause excessive wear to the belt-driven accessories.

Symptoms of a Bad or Failing Drive Belt Tensioner

1. RUST BLEED AND CRACKS
Appearance: Rust is bleeding between arm and base or dripping from the tensioner. Also, check the tensioner for cracks or damage to arm, housing and bracket. Some damage can’t be seen unless the tensioner has been removed.

Cause: Rust bleeding or dripping is a sign of internal component wear. Most common crack damage occurs at tensioner “stops” and mounting bolts.

Solution: Replace the tensioner. .

2. PULLEY BEARING WEAR
Appearance: With the engine off and the belt removed, manually rotate the pulley. If you notice noise, resistance or roughness, the problem is likely to be pulley bearing wear.

Cause: Defective bearing and/or pulley.

Solution: Replace the complete tensioner. Do not attempt to replace a worn pulley in a used tensioner assembly but always replace the entire tensioner assembly, as part failure will inevitably follow quickly.

3. PULLEY WEAR
Pulleys are made from plastic, nylon or steel and have either a flat or grooved surface.

Appearance: Flat surfaces should be smooth and free from chips, cracks and dents. Grooved surfaces should be free of chips, cracks, dents and embedded debris within the grooves. The high points of the grooves should not be worn down and be of equal height. Plastic pulleys have fins in sidewalls that should not be cracked or broken.

Cause: Belt wearing into the pulley.

Solution: Replace the complete tensioner. Do not attempt to replace a worn pulley in a used tensioner assembly but always replace the entire tensioner assembly, as part failure will inevitably follow quickly.

4 TENSIONER NOISE
Appearance: Squeaks and rattles coming from the tensioner.

Cause: Failure of bearings or pivot area will cause excessive noise.

Solution: Replace the tensioner. Also read our guidelines to correctly diagnose accessory belt drive noise.

#FAN #BELT #FANBELT #OEM #QHUK #DENKI #INA #TOYOTA #NISSAN #TENSIONER #BELTTENSIONER

For more info, visit --> https://www.gatestechzone.com/en/problem-diagnosis/accessory-drive-system/tensioner-failure-signs

RM135.00

Fan Belt tensioners.


Belt tensioners are extremely important in the proper operation of the accessory belt drive system. A tensioner maintains the correct amount of tension on the belt at all times throughout its duty cycle. It also helps protect other components such as the alternator and water pump from undue stress and premature failure. In addition, a tensioner is a relatively inexpensive part to replace. So, every time you replace a multi-ribbed belt, be sure to replace the tensioner at the same time.

Furthermore, when a tensioner has reached the end of its service life Gates recommends that all wear parts are replaced at the same time to ensure the best long-term solution.

THE IMPORTANCE OF CORRECT BELT TENSION
If the belt tension is too low, the belt will slip causing noise, extremely high temperatures and premature belt wear, all of which can lead to the poor functioning of the belt-driven accessories. If the tension is too high, this will cause excessive wear to the belt-driven accessories.

Symptoms of a Bad or Failing Drive Belt Tensioner

1. RUST BLEED AND CRACKS
Appearance: Rust is bleeding between arm and base or dripping from the tensioner. Also, check the tensioner for cracks or damage to arm, housing and bracket. Some damage can’t be seen unless the tensioner has been removed.

Cause: Rust bleeding or dripping is a sign of internal component wear. Most common crack damage occurs at tensioner “stops” and mounting bolts.

Solution: Replace the tensioner. .

2. PULLEY BEARING WEAR
Appearance: With the engine off and the belt removed, manually rotate the pulley. If you notice noise, resistance or roughness, the problem is likely to be pulley bearing wear.

Cause: Defective bearing and/or pulley.

Solution: Replace the complete tensioner. Do not attempt to replace a worn pulley in a used tensioner assembly but always replace the entire tensioner assembly, as part failure will inevitably follow quickly.

3. PULLEY WEAR
Pulleys are made from plastic, nylon or steel and have either a flat or grooved surface.

Appearance: Flat surfaces should be smooth and free from chips, cracks and dents. Grooved surfaces should be free of chips, cracks, dents and embedded debris within the grooves. The high points of the grooves should not be worn down and be of equal height. Plastic pulleys have fins in sidewalls that should not be cracked or broken.

Cause: Belt wearing into the pulley.

Solution: Replace the complete tensioner. Do not attempt to replace a worn pulley in a used tensioner assembly but always replace the entire tensioner assembly, as part failure will inevitably follow quickly.

4 TENSIONER NOISE
Appearance: Squeaks and rattles coming from the tensioner.

Cause: Failure of bearings or pivot area will cause excessive noise.

Solution: Replace the tensioner. Also read our guidelines to correctly diagnose accessory belt drive noise.

#FAN #BELT #FANBELT #OEM #QHUK #DENKI #INA #TOYOTA #NISSAN #TENSIONER #BELTTENSIONER

For more info, visit --> https://www.gatestechzone.com/en/problem-diagnosis/accessory-drive-system/tensioner-failure-signs

RM135.00
RM200.00

Fan Belt tensioners.


Belt tensioners are extremely important in the proper operation of the accessory belt drive system. A tensioner maintains the correct amount of tension on the belt at all times throughout its duty cycle. It also helps protect other components such as the alternator and water pump from undue stress and premature failure. In addition, a tensioner is a relatively inexpensive part to replace. So, every time you replace a multi-ribbed belt, be sure to replace the tensioner at the same time.

Furthermore, when a tensioner has reached the end of its service life Gates recommends that all wear parts are replaced at the same time to ensure the best long-term solution.

THE IMPORTANCE OF CORRECT BELT TENSION
If the belt tension is too low, the belt will slip causing noise, extremely high temperatures and premature belt wear, all of which can lead to the poor functioning of the belt-driven accessories. If the tension is too high, this will cause excessive wear to the belt-driven accessories.

Symptoms of a Bad or Failing Drive Belt Tensioner

1. RUST BLEED AND CRACKS
Appearance: Rust is bleeding between arm and base or dripping from the tensioner. Also, check the tensioner for cracks or damage to arm, housing and bracket. Some damage can’t be seen unless the tensioner has been removed.

Cause: Rust bleeding or dripping is a sign of internal component wear. Most common crack damage occurs at tensioner “stops” and mounting bolts.

Solution: Replace the tensioner. .

2. PULLEY BEARING WEAR
Appearance: With the engine off and the belt removed, manually rotate the pulley. If you notice noise, resistance or roughness, the problem is likely to be pulley bearing wear.

Cause: Defective bearing and/or pulley.

Solution: Replace the complete tensioner. Do not attempt to replace a worn pulley in a used tensioner assembly but always replace the entire tensioner assembly, as part failure will inevitably follow quickly.

3. PULLEY WEAR
Pulleys are made from plastic, nylon or steel and have either a flat or grooved surface.

Appearance: Flat surfaces should be smooth and free from chips, cracks and dents. Grooved surfaces should be free of chips, cracks, dents and embedded debris within the grooves. The high points of the grooves should not be worn down and be of equal height. Plastic pulleys have fins in sidewalls that should not be cracked or broken.

Cause: Belt wearing into the pulley.

Solution: Replace the complete tensioner. Do not attempt to replace a worn pulley in a used tensioner assembly but always replace the entire tensioner assembly, as part failure will inevitably follow quickly.

4 TENSIONER NOISE
Appearance: Squeaks and rattles coming from the tensioner.

Cause: Failure of bearings or pivot area will cause excessive noise.

Solution: Replace the tensioner. Also read our guidelines to correctly diagnose accessory belt drive noise.

#FAN #BELT #FANBELT #OEM #QHUK #DENKI #INA #TOYOTA #NISSAN #TENSIONER #BELTTENSIONER

For more info, visit --> https://www.gatestechzone.com/en/problem-diagnosis/accessory-drive-system/tensioner-failure-signs

RM168.00

Fan Belt tensioners.


Belt tensioners are extremely important in the proper operation of the accessory belt drive system. A tensioner maintains the correct amount of tension on the belt at all times throughout its duty cycle. It also helps protect other components such as the alternator and water pump from undue stress and premature failure. In addition, a tensioner is a relatively inexpensive part to replace. So, every time you replace a multi-ribbed belt, be sure to replace the tensioner at the same time.

Furthermore, when a tensioner has reached the end of its service life Gates recommends that all wear parts are replaced at the same time to ensure the best long-term solution.

THE IMPORTANCE OF CORRECT BELT TENSION
If the belt tension is too low, the belt will slip causing noise, extremely high temperatures and premature belt wear, all of which can lead to the poor functioning of the belt-driven accessories. If the tension is too high, this will cause excessive wear to the belt-driven accessories.

Symptoms of a Bad or Failing Drive Belt Tensioner

1. RUST BLEED AND CRACKS
Appearance: Rust is bleeding between arm and base or dripping from the tensioner. Also, check the tensioner for cracks or damage to arm, housing and bracket. Some damage can’t be seen unless the tensioner has been removed.

Cause: Rust bleeding or dripping is a sign of internal component wear. Most common crack damage occurs at tensioner “stops” and mounting bolts.

Solution: Replace the tensioner. .

2. PULLEY BEARING WEAR
Appearance: With the engine off and the belt removed, manually rotate the pulley. If you notice noise, resistance or roughness, the problem is likely to be pulley bearing wear.

Cause: Defective bearing and/or pulley.

Solution: Replace the complete tensioner. Do not attempt to replace a worn pulley in a used tensioner assembly but always replace the entire tensioner assembly, as part failure will inevitably follow quickly.

3. PULLEY WEAR
Pulleys are made from plastic, nylon or steel and have either a flat or grooved surface.

Appearance: Flat surfaces should be smooth and free from chips, cracks and dents. Grooved surfaces should be free of chips, cracks, dents and embedded debris within the grooves. The high points of the grooves should not be worn down and be of equal height. Plastic pulleys have fins in sidewalls that should not be cracked or broken.

Cause: Belt wearing into the pulley.

Solution: Replace the complete tensioner. Do not attempt to replace a worn pulley in a used tensioner assembly but always replace the entire tensioner assembly, as part failure will inevitably follow quickly.

4 TENSIONER NOISE
Appearance: Squeaks and rattles coming from the tensioner.

Cause: Failure of bearings or pivot area will cause excessive noise.

Solution: Replace the tensioner. Also read our guidelines to correctly diagnose accessory belt drive noise.

#FAN #BELT #FANBELT #OEM #QHUK #DENKI #INA #TOYOTA #NISSAN #TENSIONER #BELTTENSIONER

For more info, visit --> https://www.gatestechzone.com/en/problem-diagnosis/accessory-drive-system/tensioner-failure-signs

RM180.00

Fan Belt tensioners.


Belt tensioners are extremely important in the proper operation of the accessory belt drive system. A tensioner maintains the correct amount of tension on the belt at all times throughout its duty cycle. It also helps protect other components such as the alternator and water pump from undue stress and premature failure. In addition, a tensioner is a relatively inexpensive part to replace. So, every time you replace a multi-ribbed belt, be sure to replace the tensioner at the same time.

Furthermore, when a tensioner has reached the end of its service life Gates recommends that all wear parts are replaced at the same time to ensure the best long-term solution.

THE IMPORTANCE OF CORRECT BELT TENSION
If the belt tension is too low, the belt will slip causing noise, extremely high temperatures and premature belt wear, all of which can lead to the poor functioning of the belt-driven accessories. If the tension is too high, this will cause excessive wear to the belt-driven accessories.

Symptoms of a Bad or Failing Drive Belt Tensioner

1. RUST BLEED AND CRACKS
Appearance: Rust is bleeding between arm and base or dripping from the tensioner. Also, check the tensioner for cracks or damage to arm, housing and bracket. Some damage can’t be seen unless the tensioner has been removed.

Cause: Rust bleeding or dripping is a sign of internal component wear. Most common crack damage occurs at tensioner “stops” and mounting bolts.

Solution: Replace the tensioner. .

2. PULLEY BEARING WEAR
Appearance: With the engine off and the belt removed, manually rotate the pulley. If you notice noise, resistance or roughness, the problem is likely to be pulley bearing wear.

Cause: Defective bearing and/or pulley.

Solution: Replace the complete tensioner. Do not attempt to replace a worn pulley in a used tensioner assembly but always replace the entire tensioner assembly, as part failure will inevitably follow quickly.

3. PULLEY WEAR
Pulleys are made from plastic, nylon or steel and have either a flat or grooved surface.

Appearance: Flat surfaces should be smooth and free from chips, cracks and dents. Grooved surfaces should be free of chips, cracks, dents and embedded debris within the grooves. The high points of the grooves should not be worn down and be of equal height. Plastic pulleys have fins in sidewalls that should not be cracked or broken.

Cause: Belt wearing into the pulley.

Solution: Replace the complete tensioner. Do not attempt to replace a worn pulley in a used tensioner assembly but always replace the entire tensioner assembly, as part failure will inevitably follow quickly.

4 TENSIONER NOISE
Appearance: Squeaks and rattles coming from the tensioner.

Cause: Failure of bearings or pivot area will cause excessive noise.

Solution: Replace the tensioner. Also read our guidelines to correctly diagnose accessory belt drive noise.

#FAN #BELT #FANBELT #OEM #QHUK #DENKI #INA #TOYOTA #NISSAN #TENSIONER #BELTTENSIONER

For more info, visit --> https://www.gatestechzone.com/en/problem-diagnosis/accessory-drive-system/tensioner-failure-signs

RM70.00

Fan Belt tensioners.


Belt tensioners are extremely important in the proper operation of the accessory belt drive system. A tensioner maintains the correct amount of tension on the belt at all times throughout its duty cycle. It also helps protect other components such as the alternator and water pump from undue stress and premature failure. In addition, a tensioner is a relatively inexpensive part to replace. So, every time you replace a multi-ribbed belt, be sure to replace the tensioner at the same time.

Furthermore, when a tensioner has reached the end of its service life Gates recommends that all wear parts are replaced at the same time to ensure the best long-term solution.

THE IMPORTANCE OF CORRECT BELT TENSION
If the belt tension is too low, the belt will slip causing noise, extremely high temperatures and premature belt wear, all of which can lead to the poor functioning of the belt-driven accessories. If the tension is too high, this will cause excessive wear to the belt-driven accessories.

Symptoms of a Bad or Failing Drive Belt Tensioner

1. RUST BLEED AND CRACKS
Appearance: Rust is bleeding between arm and base or dripping from the tensioner. Also, check the tensioner for cracks or damage to arm, housing and bracket. Some damage can’t be seen unless the tensioner has been removed.

Cause: Rust bleeding or dripping is a sign of internal component wear. Most common crack damage occurs at tensioner “stops” and mounting bolts.

Solution: Replace the tensioner. .

2. PULLEY BEARING WEAR
Appearance: With the engine off and the belt removed, manually rotate the pulley. If you notice noise, resistance or roughness, the problem is likely to be pulley bearing wear.

Cause: Defective bearing and/or pulley.

Solution: Replace the complete tensioner. Do not attempt to replace a worn pulley in a used tensioner assembly but always replace the entire tensioner assembly, as part failure will inevitably follow quickly.

3. PULLEY WEAR
Pulleys are made from plastic, nylon or steel and have either a flat or grooved surface.

Appearance: Flat surfaces should be smooth and free from chips, cracks and dents. Grooved surfaces should be free of chips, cracks, dents and embedded debris within the grooves. The high points of the grooves should not be worn down and be of equal height. Plastic pulleys have fins in sidewalls that should not be cracked or broken.

Cause: Belt wearing into the pulley.

Solution: Replace the complete tensioner. Do not attempt to replace a worn pulley in a used tensioner assembly but always replace the entire tensioner assembly, as part failure will inevitably follow quickly.

4 TENSIONER NOISE
Appearance: Squeaks and rattles coming from the tensioner.

Cause: Failure of bearings or pivot area will cause excessive noise.

Solution: Replace the tensioner. Also read our guidelines to correctly diagnose accessory belt drive noise.

#FAN #BELT #FANBELT #OEM #QHUK #DENKI #INA #TOYOTA #NISSAN #TENSIONER #BELTTENSIONER

For more info, visit --> https://www.gatestechzone.com/en/problem-diagnosis/accessory-drive-system/tensioner-failure-signs

RM50.00

Fan Belt tensioners.


Belt tensioners are extremely important in the proper operation of the accessory belt drive system. A tensioner maintains the correct amount of tension on the belt at all times throughout its duty cycle. It also helps protect other components such as the alternator and water pump from undue stress and premature failure. In addition, a tensioner is a relatively inexpensive part to replace. So, every time you replace a multi-ribbed belt, be sure to replace the tensioner at the same time.

Furthermore, when a tensioner has reached the end of its service life Gates recommends that all wear parts are replaced at the same time to ensure the best long-term solution.

THE IMPORTANCE OF CORRECT BELT TENSION
If the belt tension is too low, the belt will slip causing noise, extremely high temperatures and premature belt wear, all of which can lead to the poor functioning of the belt-driven accessories. If the tension is too high, this will cause excessive wear to the belt-driven accessories.

Symptoms of a Bad or Failing Drive Belt Tensioner

1. RUST BLEED AND CRACKS
Appearance: Rust is bleeding between arm and base or dripping from the tensioner. Also, check the tensioner for cracks or damage to arm, housing and bracket. Some damage can’t be seen unless the tensioner has been removed.

Cause: Rust bleeding or dripping is a sign of internal component wear. Most common crack damage occurs at tensioner “stops” and mounting bolts.

Solution: Replace the tensioner. .

2. PULLEY BEARING WEAR
Appearance: With the engine off and the belt removed, manually rotate the pulley. If you notice noise, resistance or roughness, the problem is likely to be pulley bearing wear.

Cause: Defective bearing and/or pulley.

Solution: Replace the complete tensioner. Do not attempt to replace a worn pulley in a used tensioner assembly but always replace the entire tensioner assembly, as part failure will inevitably follow quickly.

3. PULLEY WEAR
Pulleys are made from plastic, nylon or steel and have either a flat or grooved surface.

Appearance: Flat surfaces should be smooth and free from chips, cracks and dents. Grooved surfaces should be free of chips, cracks, dents and embedded debris within the grooves. The high points of the grooves should not be worn down and be of equal height. Plastic pulleys have fins in sidewalls that should not be cracked or broken.

Cause: Belt wearing into the pulley.

Solution: Replace the complete tensioner. Do not attempt to replace a worn pulley in a used tensioner assembly but always replace the entire tensioner assembly, as part failure will inevitably follow quickly.

4 TENSIONER NOISE
Appearance: Squeaks and rattles coming from the tensioner.

Cause: Failure of bearings or pivot area will cause excessive noise.

Solution: Replace the tensioner. Also read our guidelines to correctly diagnose accessory belt drive noise.

#FAN #BELT #FANBELT #OEM #QHUK #DENKI #INA #TOYOTA #NISSAN #TENSIONER #BELTTENSIONER

For more info, visit --> https://www.gatestechzone.com/en/problem-diagnosis/accessory-drive-system/tensioner-failure-signs

RM100.00