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SOME OF THE SIGNS OF A FAILED HARMONIC BALANCER (DAMPER)
 

Replacement of Harmonic Balancers have become a very hot item for car owners today.

Venture Products has led the way in the aftermarket in the development of this product line.

Harmonic Vibrations lead to a variety of mechanical failures and Harmonic Balancers have always been "hot", it's just that up until Venture Products introduced this product line to the aftermarket, car owners had to go to the new car dealer. NO LONGER!

Signs of a failed Harmonic Balancer:

bullet Leaking from main seal.
bullet Deterioration of the rubber between the hub and the outer ring.
bullet A visible cracking of the balancer hub or in the outer ring.
bullet Any wobble of the balancer or wobble in the drive pulley.
bullet Excessive engine vibration.
bullet Slipping or noisy drive belts, belt damage or accelerated belt wear.
bullet A highly polished spon on the pulley grooves, means a warped balancer.
bullet Elongation of the balancer key-way or wear on the balancer hub or crankshaft.
bullet Failure in the alternator, power steering pump, A/C or water pump.
bullet Engines that don't run properly when adjusting the timing.
bullet Poor engine performance, irregular idle.