Discussion in 'Heavy Duty Diesel Truck Mechanics Forum' started by anthonyar4, Nov 27, 2020.
So would that make the noise then?
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On that style?
I was just saying how I tighten the belts. Unless you’re very strong you will never be able to get the belts tight lifting by hand or even with a pry bar.
Check the belts, could be the a/c compressor bearing or the fan hub bearing
My buddy said it could be my throw out bearing. Are there grease fittings on this.
If it is the throw out bearing, push in the clutch to the floor and it will stop making noise. If it doesn't, it's not your problem
Thank you. I think it’s the AC compressor. As my ac does not work. Really appreciate it buddy.
Do they have grease fittings on here
I always got them DOT tight when I did it lol.
Yes, but if it is your problem and its that bad, grease may quiet it down but it won't go away.