Complete kit, comprised of all original equipment replacement parts, Conti-Tech belt, original Litens tensioner and OEM INA pulleys. All parts are the exact same units sold by a Sprinter
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AKA: Harmonic Balancer
We strongly suggest replacing the crankshaft bolt on the front end of the crankshaft at the same time.
See this bolt (two different versions), listed below.
Only for models with standard A/C, which has a single A/C compressor
NOT for models with rear A/C which has a second A/C compressor (One above the other). See this other version pulley below.
See woodruff key for engines manufactured from 2002-mid 2006 below.
For engines manufactured from April 2006 through end of production in August 2006, you must use a different woodruff key. See both versions pictured below
Retainer bolt in center of front crankshaft pulley/vibration damper. This used on all 2002, 2003, 2004, 2205 and early 2006 models.
The torque spec that has been provided to us is 240 ft lbs or 325 Nm, plus 90 degrees.
THIS BOLT IS MARKED 10.9 ON THE HEAD.
The later crankshaft (mid 2006 and later) has a single groove and uses both a different woodruff key and a different center bolt (marked 1150). If you have a 2006 model, check your bolt first, before ordering. See this second bolt, shown below.
Retainer bolt in center of front crankshaft pulley/vibration damper. This bolt is only used on later 2006 engines.
The torque spec that has been provided to us is 240 ft lbs or 325 Nm, plus 90 degrees
THIS BOLT IS MARKED 1150 ON THE HEAD
The earlier crankshaft has a single groove and uses a different woodruff key and bolt. If you have a 2006 model, check your bolt first, before ordering. See the other, more common bolt (marked 10.9), shown below.
The roller/pulley is NOT available as a separate unit.
These units are manufactured by Litens, the original factory supplier to Mercedes Benz, and this unit is the identical tensioner sold at a Dodge or Freightliner dealer. Many other brands have been known to break off at the pivot arm, due to a poor design.