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83-parisienne 83-parisienne
New User | Posts: 45 | Joined: 01/13
Posted: 04/08/13
03:50 PM

hi, sorry about talking about a ford on this site, believe me im a huge chev man. but my girlfriend has a 2003 escape and the ac pulley baring is gone is there any way i can bypass it and if i can how do i find out what size belt  

68scott385 68scott385
Guru | Posts: 1990 | Joined: 10/09
Posted: 04/08/13
07:20 PM

Most manufacturers show the non-AC belt routing in the belt routing diagram sticker on the core support. You might be able to ask the parts man for a belt for that application without AC.

Sorry it's not much help.

me no speaky furd Frown

surely Wayne will give a great answer  
68scott385 68scott385 68scott385

waynep712222 waynep712222
Enthusiast | Posts: 251 | Joined: 03/13
Posted: 04/08/13
07:36 PM

Air Conditioning, A/C Bypass pulley and brackets


dorman 34184   A/C Bypass
L4 121 2.0L (1989cc)
34184 007

dorman 34223   A/C Bypass
V6 182 3.0L

34223 007  

pepsi1 pepsi1
Guru | Posts: 1718 | Joined: 09/11
Posted: 04/10/13
07:46 AM

83-Pontiac Pariesenne
When you have a guy like Wayne on your side what else
can one say. He has the answers and I know you've been
on the forum so follow what he says and you can fix your
girlfriends car.

Bob  

83-parisienne 83-parisienne
New User | Posts: 45 | Joined: 01/13
Posted: 04/11/13
02:13 PM

awesome guys thanks after i took a closer look i realized that the barring wasent gone 2 bolts backed out now its gonna take a week to get them here crazy i know i tried machine shops, junk yards and ford dealerships. also you need the existing bolts and i can't put a smaller belt on for what i can figure out

but thanks for everything!  

waynep712222 waynep712222
Enthusiast | Posts: 251 | Joined: 03/13
Posted: 04/11/13
04:14 PM

M8 X1.25 X 109 metric cap screws.. for the 3.0

see if you can find some in dorman...

Dorman/AutoGrade DIN class 8.8 screw - Part Number: 423-495. ... 110 mm. Length. ACQ Rated Fastener: No. Callout Size: M8-1.25 X 110mm





you may also need the alignment locating pins.. these are hollow dowel pins that align the compressor so the belt pulley runs true...

19E744  basic part number...   i don't have the full part number on this..  

A/C Compressor Locating Pin
All Left Hand Drive Territories ; 15MM
$10.36 each...

sounds like its time to get to a junk yard... almost any ford or mercury car from the late 80s up should have similar bolts...

or.. pick up some metric all thread in 8M x 1.25..    2 nuts for each bolt you need and some way to cut the all thread to length...  put double nuts on.. thread them up 110MM from the end bolts are measured from the underside of the head to the tip ..  so measure it.. use 2 wrenches to lock the nuts together tightly..   cut the threads off above the double nut..   make another.. you might want to run additional nuts on .. so you can run them off over the cut..

lastly.. check the threads in the mounting block.. if the threads were damaged.. you might need to either heli coil.. or use thread inserts to repair the threads.. or since you are making your own bolts..  you might be able to go long and get a nut on the bottom of the mounting plate ..

please don't try to install heli coils or thread inserts into the drilled and tapped holes in the mounting plate that has counter bores for the alignment dowels..  

83-parisienne 83-parisienne
New User | Posts: 45 | Joined: 01/13
Posted: 04/14/13
09:20 AM

i dont have the locating pins guys at the junk yard says theres no such thing, i told the the ford dealer ship said i needed them but the wouldnt listin to me  

waynep712222 waynep712222
Enthusiast | Posts: 251 | Joined: 03/13
Posted: 04/14/13
12:22 PM

well if you are missing the locating pins...

they can be had off MANY MANY ford cars and trucks.... earlier years also...

do you have any self help junk yards where you pay a few bucks and go into the yard with your tools????  taking off what you need and paying for it at the cashier before exiting..

i found the parts at motorcraft dot com...  that redirects you to the ford parts web site..  you can click the enter by model tab to get to the parts section..  or enter the vin number..


say,... you can see the locating pins in the upper picture of the bypass pulleys i put up...

perhaps just invest in one of those for later...  just to get the pins..


the 19E744 is the ford basic part number

it will have a set of numbers before and after it to identify the exact part....

is will be XXXX-19E744-XX ...


this may not be the correct image..  and exactly which motor does it have?? can you post the 8th digit of the vin..

F901843c82ab3febea389df1fece3fb7b



E9SZ19E744BMR   this may be the part number  hmm...  i googled it and found it at several parts places .. but i see two different sizes in the image of the bypass pulley