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Old 05-16-2008, 02:20 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Unhappy p.s.,alt,pully loose or ?just had new head swapped

can someone ease my mind? i have a 93 accord h22a my timming belt broke so i bought a resurfaced head on e- bay with gaskets had my mechanic do all the work . got it back yesterday new head valves gaskets the whole nine. this morn i got in it to go to work heard a scrapping sound within a minute my battery light came on and i lost power steering i pulled over to notice the p.s and alt belts wher loose i looked down at the bottom pully that those belts ride on and the whole pully was at an angle i dont think its the entire shaft because the timming belt stood fine as so as the timming balncer belt did not seem interupted just that on pully could he my ,mechanic, happend to not put it back on correctly does this sound like something that maybe just wasnt tighend enuegf and came loose Page Ranking am i looking at something much worse the motor purred even till i shut the key off however my battery did not have enough juice to start the car withought alt. can som body please give me advice or maybe reasure me that it could be something my mech can just re torque he was in a little rush to finish. ty in advance ps my car is nothing but motor also 195,000 miles not even 5 miles on head
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