2002 Holden Rodeo Repair Question
Holden Rodeo Clutch Problem
Hello - we don't have manuals for your vehicle. However, the best thing is to remove the belt and check all pulley's for free rotation or ANY signs/sounds of worn bearings.
Also, a tensioner can look fine but there is a tremendous amount of stress on them. Most are two bolts off/on and worth the change. Also, when was the last time you changed your belt? Belts stretch and it could be just stretched enough the tensioner can't keep enough on it.
Before sepertine belts normal play was less than to 1/2" press down pressure in the middle of the longest span. As you see by the pic, the arrows indicate where you would push and some have adjusting bolts to take up any slack as shown by the pic
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