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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 05-26-2019, 02:20 AM Thread Starter
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Alternator clutch pully info needed

The pully on my Alternator no longer operates the way it should (internal clutch mechanism has failed). It's locked up and spins like a regular pully would. which is causing belt noise.

There are after market replacement pullys I can get so thats not a problem and I have already ordered one. What I would like to know or find out for any Kia / Hyundai Techs that might have replaced one of these pullys what is the Torque Spec for it. I cant find it anywhere in the service manual.

Hoping SBR chimes in... guy never gets back to me in my PM's

P.S. The pully is 40 bucks and I have a toolkit for removing and replacing these alternator pully's. Im not buying a whole new alternator.

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Welp found a kia tsb which has the same alternator listed... 50 foot pounds reverse thread for anyone looking for this information at a future date.
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No need for a torque spec. The threads are a reverse fit and the belt/pulley only spins in the direction that would tighten the pulley, and the clutch only allows the pulley to spin in one direction, so there's zero chance of it coming off even if you only threaded it on half way. (I replaced the alternator pulley on my elantra a few months back due to it leaking oil)
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No need for a torque spec. The threads are a reverse fit and the belt/pulley only spins in the direction that would tighten the pulley, and the clutch only allows the pulley to spin in one direction, so there's zero chance of it coming off even if you only threaded it on half way. (I replaced the alternator pulley on my elantra a few months back due to it leaking oil)
I agree about it but any type of bearing item gets torqued in my book. OCD man...
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