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    Quote Originally Posted by punisher69 View Post
    I think we've found the issue from the pics lol. That compressor does NOT look well at all.

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    Doesn't have anything to do with my car leaking oil all of a sudden... Unless the belt ****ed up the compressor as well

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    Man that pulley looks goofy for sure. Have that looked at. Or if you can reach your hand down there and see if it is loose or separated?

    Not your oil issue but worth a shot


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    Quote Originally Posted by Vindiesel View Post
    Doesn't have anything to do with my car leaking oil all of a sudden... Unless the belt ****ed up the compressor as well

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    Agreed, A/C clutch assembly not likely root cause. If oil is existing from the front crankshaft area, especially if the dampner is slinging oil everywhere, you should be able to see some shiny crank snout in front the crankshaft seal face...

    p.s. grab the front of the A/C clutch assembly and see if it move fore / aft or up / down :^)
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    I've seen belts shred and eat all kinds of things...Radiator hoses, fan blades, bind up behind other pulleys and knock them out of alignment. Even had one shred while I was standing there with the hood open. I didn't know I could move that fast.

    I'm curious to know what the final word is, dampener ([email protected] lol) or whatever it was.

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    Last edited by punisher69; 11-06-2018 at 08:50 PM.
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    Once the belt shredded, who knows what happened. It may have gotten bound up and yanked on that compressor.


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    I'll be sure to report... Car has 130k miles bone stock

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vindiesel View Post
    I'll be sure to report... Car has 130k miles bone stock

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    Please do; this is interesting. Good luck.

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    Service advisor said the crank shaft pulley bolt was loose and was causing the issue with the belt shredding and oil leaking. Looks like I'm not paying a dime. They said it's not recall related with timing chain. They said they have seen them back off but maybe they see one case a year do it. They have no idea why it happens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vindiesel View Post
    Service advisor said the crank shaft pulley bolt was loose and was causing the issue with the belt shredding and oil leaking. Looks like I'm not paying a dime. They said it's not recall related with timing chain. They said they have seen them back off but maybe they see one case a year do it. They have no idea why it happens.

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    Hmm...likely not torqued to yield.



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