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Does anyone have an exploded engine view for my engine. I am trying to identify the names of the idler arm and the pully right next to it. They are on the right hand side of the engine and I need to replace them both as soon as possible. Once I can call them by their names I need to find a place to order them and do it.

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The auxiliary drive belt tensioner might be it.
The auxiliary belt runs the alternator.
Damn cannot work out how to attach the pdf page
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Here, I'll make this easy... the two that are circled in red. Where can I buy replacements for these, and what am I looking for specifically? Thanks!




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I will make it easier, read my first reply. You have 3 pulleys that should be replaced, one is on the left side of the engine under the a/c compressor.

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Where can I buy them? I'm not sure what you mean by first reply?

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Sorry about that, I did type out an earlier reply but must not have posted it.
First, what are yours doing? If they are getting noisy, which is normal with age, then you should replace both the idler pulleys as well as the idler pulley.
You can find them on line at Atlantic British or Rover Connection, and most auto parts store can probably order them.

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Sorry about that, I did type out an earlier reply but must not have posted it.
First, what are yours doing? If they are getting noisy, which is normal with age, then you should replace both the idler pulleys as well as the idler pulley.
You can find them on line at Atlantic British or Rover Connection, and most auto parts store can probably order them.
Yes, they are getting noisy, but they are not wobbling yet. I want to replace them and have it sound newish. I just want to make sure that I am buying the right parts and only have to do this once. I am not sure what each of these parts are called so I'm having trouble understanding exactly what it is I need to order.

Edit... is this everything I need: Tensioner / Idler Pulley Kit | Land Rover Engine Parts at RoverParts.com

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Here is the diagram identifying the parts you are looking for. You may or may not have the ace listed.



Here is where you can get the parts.

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Here is the diagram identifying the parts you are looking for. You may or may not have the ace listed.



Here is where you can get the parts.

Land Rover - Parts, Accessories and Information

Discovery Engine Parts
Perfect, that's actually really helpful because while I have it apart I'm going to replace the belt because its age is unknown to me. I'm assuming the ACE is the anti smog air pump feature. So if I have item #4 on my engine based on that cart, I have ACE, correct? Thanks

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I'm assuming the ACE is the anti smog air pump feature.
the ACE pump has nothing to do with emissions. the ACE system is in the suspension system (sway bar to be exact) front and rear. its not on all vehicles, rover option hence the different levels that you could get when bought, SD, SE, SE7 and so on. my SD (strip down as i call it) has NONE of that fancy stuff. just the way i like it.

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If you have #4 on you engine, yes, you have ACE a nice option to have. This diagram may also be helpfull when you put the Serp belt back on. It can get confusing as to how it winds around the pulleys. I have also taken pictures of where everything goes before taken it apart.


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I changed out all three pulley. Its 100% better. The old ones were highly whipped! Thanks!

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Good decision! TY for the update.

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