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    Thanks People!

    Got it back from Chevy today and they replaced the belt tensioner (no more wobble) and a new A/C belt (no more squeal) so sorry I lead you all down the wrong path with the whole crank shaft pulley but thanks again Kirk for pointing out the right part based on my videos.

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    Your welcome - I'm glad my advice worked out. At least something went right for me today!
    Kirk
    Norwalk, CT

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    [quote=Jimmiee;112099]The pulley is pressed on to the hub between a thick rubber dampener. Once it gets bent it's going to wobble. It may have been in an accident or maybe some debris got caught in there. I would remove and inspect the pulley.[/quote


    Jimmies right sometimes a crankshaft pulley can get warped and cause the belt to slipped. But be carful about driving it because if it were to come off it would go where it wanted to .

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