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Hi MrMikeyA lot of information about driveline failures, waterpump, starter and alternator bracket cracking.
My document explains that too ("Loose compressor bracket"). It's the bracket on the back end of the pump... when you go look at the pump it's obvious.Thanks for the info. Did we have a thread showing the bolt in a pic that was the problem with Compressor/ PS pump bracket to engine. I will look at the truck and should be self-explanatory. Also I will look at the Alternator and see about making a bracket but was wondering if anyone is making them for sale. Thanks again for the post.
I just went out and looked at my MTV. Looks like my alternator has a good size rear bracket and compressor / PS pump looks ok but looking for bolt / nut that need to be checked. I will check torque on all bolts.
Yep thanks. I found it and looks like it needs a longer bolt to go all the way through the threaded bracket. Then put a Nylock nut on the end.My document explains that too ("Loose compressor bracket"). It's the bracket on the back end of the pump... when you go look at the pump it's obvious.
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