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#12: 09-05-2012, 10:09 PM
Title: Contributor
Location: Dover, OH
Car: 2005 Legacy GT 5eat
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Originally Posted by ControlFreak View Post
This exact same thing happened on my 2000 Outback. I found out when my AC stopped working accompanied by a flapping noise while almost home following a 8hr (each way) road trip. The flapping was my AC compressor belt, which had come off the compressor pulley.

I was lucky, the crank pulley didn't make it to the timing belt before I caught it.

I did a writeup on

Thanks for the link, Jim. I actually ran across your thread yesterday (linked in archive version in one of my other posts).

I'm glad its not too bad of a fix, and one I can do myself. The upgraded Lightened Agency Power pulley should be slightly beneficial too with my 5eat.