How to Remove an Idler Arm?

Answer The idler arm on a vehicle is a part of the steering system. It's typically mounted on the passenger side of the chassis, and supports the relay rod that runs across the width of the vehicle. Since... Read More »

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How to Remove a 3.8 Idler Pulley?

The idler pulley of the 3.8-liter engine is designed to provide tension to the serpentine belt, allowing several engine parts to be operated with one belt. Occasionally, the pulley can wear down or... Read More »

How to Remove an Idler Pulley?

Different engines use different drive belts routed along a pulley system to power the engine components. The main pulley is the crankshaft pulley; most often the lowest pulley in the center. From t... Read More »

How to Remove the Center Tie Rod From the Pitman Arm & Idler Arm?

On a recirculating ball steering system, there are multiple links that make up the steering system. There is a center link that connects the two tie rod ends on each front wheel, and also mounts to... Read More »

How to Remove the Idler Pulley in a Focus SVT?

SVT stands for Special Vehicle Team. The Ford Focus SVT has an upgraded V-6 engine that is ready-made for major racing modifications. The Ford Focus SVT idler pulley is located on the upper passeng... Read More »