1995 ford 150 Belt system


Asked by Jun 22, 2013 at 09:54 PM about the 1995 Ford E-150

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

was driving my 95 e150 today when i heard a whine and then sounds like something breaking in the engine area.  found a round doughnut like thing that fell out of the car in the road and i lost my power steering.  is the belt all in one or any ideas.

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did you examine the component belt to see if that tensioner is still holding tension?

take it to midas or goodyear or whoever does belts and have them put a new belt in...will need a new tensioner and perhaps this donut is apart of your ailing tensioner....take it in and find out~


Tracy Hooks

Yes, it's informally called a "Serpentine Belt" but Ford likes to call it a FEAD Belt (Front Engine Accessory Drive). Yes, it's all in one, no, don't drive it, your Water Pump (Along with your power steering) isn't doing anything either.


YEA THANKS TRACY... it went out about 300 feet from the house. so no prob there....i had it for sale and had just returned from showing it...funny the haynes does not even mention a belt. anyway.. price just dropped another 1000.00 I want it gone

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