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    Pulley Part Numbers:

    92 VR4
    JA3XE74CXNY019109

    I'm hoping someone has access to these part numbers: Please see arrows, these are the idler pulley and 2 different tension pulleys.



    Thanks for your help.

    I got quoted 1.5 hours to replace the outer idler and tension pulleys. But now I see there is another pulley in there on the inside belt, which might be more expensive to do?

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    Check on the blue arrow, not 100% sure on that one

    MD140071- should be the green arrow
    MD319022- Red arrow
    MD319474- Blue Arrow

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    MD140071- should be the green arrow
    MD319022- Red arrow
    Those are the timing belt pulleys, not the drive belt pulleys!

    Here's what I got...
    MD318474- should be the green arrow**
    MR360357 (Replaces part # MB630326)- Red arrow
    MD172379- Blue Arrow

    ** For reasons unknown to all mankind it's cheaper to get the whole AC tensioner assembly with the bracket and bolt than just the pulley???
    MB609656

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    ^You're right, I had so many things pulled up in ASA, lost track.

    However for the red arrow, I get md318474

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    You're right, I appear to have those backwards.
    It should be:
    MR360357 (Replaces part # MB630326)- should be the green arrow**
    MD318474- Red arrow
    MD172379- Blue Arrow
    ** For reasons unknown to all mankind it's cheaper to get the whole AC tensioner assembly with the bracket and bolt than just the pulley???
    MB609656

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    Thanks for the help. I ordered the pulleys, all of them matched, the AC tensioner assembly is now MR398079 though. (Green Arrow).

    Is this software that you have to look up parts, or is it a website?

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    I used a program called CAPS, it's the program Mitsu used to send out to the dealers.
    You can get it here: Stealth 316 - WINCAPS Installation

    dbest used ASA, which is a newer program that runs on Vista and Windows 7.
    I've never tried it and I don't have a link to it but if you search for it I'm sure you'll find it.

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    ^ I use ASA on Windows XP, but it will work with Windows 7. I find ASA more user friendly than CAPS... and I can copy and paste part numbers.

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    For posterity:

    The pulley causing the chirping was the idler pulley. MD318474 (Red arrow).

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