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PostSubject: Re: Tick tick tick    Sat Nov 19, 2016 12:22 pm

The difference with the thermistor, that's a Riviera-specific item. The battery cable you bought was not Riv-specific. Technically it's the wrong part, even if it "fits".

The pulley is a universal application and should be standardized to fit any 3800 SC engine using that tensioner. Rock Auto sells the AC Delco tensioners, advertising them as "GM Original Equipment". If you buy these (the correct ones), the OEM pulleys will swap. If you buy a cheaper aftermarket version, it's a case of getting what you pay for.

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