Serpentine Belt/ power steering pump and pulley

Asked by Kristenmurray0429 Feb 10, 2020 at 08:40 PM about the 2006 Pontiac Grand Prix Base

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

my serpentine belt came off of my 06 pontiac grand prix, but did not break. I replaced the tensioner assembly and put a new belt on. Immediately after starting the car the belt came off again. Seemed to come off at the power steering pump pulley. Could this be a possibility???? I'm already $200 in on this and don't want to waste more money on another unnecessary part.

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Remove the belt again, and check the pulleys by hand to see which one is loose, and if they spin freely. See if all of them line up too, use a straight edge to determine. IS the power steering pump loose or alternator?

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Alternator is definitely not the loose one. I removed it so I could change out the tensioner pulley assembly. Checked the pulley there when it was out. I'm basically playing process of elimination right now....

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