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Old 29-12-15, 08:37 PM   #1
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Default Peugot 308 shredding drive belt

Has any one got any ideas as to why my 308 shreds the auxiuarry belt that drives the alternator ect i have gone through 2 in a week?????
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Old 29-12-15, 08:52 PM   #2
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The only reason I can think of is perhaps it is running out of line.
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if nothing has been touched or nothing seems to be broken its most likely then the clutch in the alternator pulley seizing .
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if nothing has been touched or nothing seems to be broken its most likely then the clutch in the alternator pulley seizing .
Clutch? Would that be bearing, or is it something I don't know?
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no most modern alternators have a pulley which will let the belt slip under load . i have always known them as a clutch pulley but this might not be their proper name.
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Thanks. You learn something every day
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Old 30-12-15, 06:45 PM   #7
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You also need special tools to remove / refit the clutch pulleys used on alternators.

Laser do a kit that isn't that expensive.

If it is the clutched pulley it should be available as a separate part ( maybe not from Peugeot )

Done a couple on VW power units fitted to Linde forklifts but in that case it was for clutch pulley internally slipping causing non charging issues.
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I'm having drive belt/battery probs at the mo. This may be useful for anyone with similar issues.

Checking, adjusting and refitting drive belts | How a Car Works
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