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Old 12-29-2020, 09:39 PM   #1
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Default AC Belt Tensioner Part is Missing

I found that my AC belt tensioner had fallen off and am now ready to replace the pulley. I have recovered all the parts except the nut and spacer (11931). I cannot find the spacer at any of my parts sources so I was wondering if I could use something as a substitute. Any recommendations of where to find a replacement or how to substitute?
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Old 12-29-2020, 10:24 PM   #2
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Junkyard.
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Or maybe your local auto A/C repair shop might have spares on cores.
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https://www.nissanpartsdeal.com/part...931-4p105.html

But given that it’s just a nut and spacer, you should e able to find something at Home Depot to fit?
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I got a nut at Autozone and some washers too. It's hard to tell from the parts diagram just what exactly is the shape of the spacer. I saw two conflicting images during my search. I put a washer where the spacer was supposed to be but when I installed the pulley, it would not turn freely. It seemed to be rubbing the pulley bracket so I put a washer between it and the next piece (11932). Everything turned fine then and when the old, cut belt was laid in all three pulleys, it looked to be straight. I suppose I'll run with it like this unless anyone sees a fault.
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I got the whole assembly complete.
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