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I have a 1998 SLK230 and am getting ready to replace the serpentine belts and noticed that the tension pulley for the A/C, PS, Alternator is missing the tension pulley shock. I've had the car for 3 years with no problems, since I'm replacing the belts I feel I should put in a tension shock, but just want to make sure that the missing shock is not something unique to my model.

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Since you are an older member 2012, i won't nag you to post an introduction thread :D

Post your vin for a free datacard and to see if that part you are talking about is on your car
 

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Standby... see my links above while i dig it up
 

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Here's your datacard

early models have erroneous data sometimes

ignore this:
DARK BLUE SOFT TOP FABRIC 5010

we know u have a hard top

standby while i look for that thing
 

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part 107 part number a1192001470 belt tightener pulley

 

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got a few more pulleys standby
 

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119 is also a tightener pulley
 

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Discussion Starter · #10 ·
Ok, looking at the tensioner for that that pulley, it looks like there is no mounting bracket for the lower end of the shock - did they make a tensioner that didn't require a shock? I've attached a few pictures but I'm not sure how clear they are.
 

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I'm not the expert. Just the gopher! :D Knowledgeable r170 members will jump in :D
 
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