Place of Origin:
2 Years/50,000 miles
for Toyota, Honda, Nissan, Mazda, Isuzu etc.
According to Vehicle Brand
Japanese vehicle brands
OEM Fit, Easy to Install
from INA OE Supplier
OEM for global brand
2400000 Piece/Pieces per Year
Packaging & Delivery
Cedars Packing for belt tensioner. Customerized packing is acceptable.
Lead Time :
Quantity(Pieces) 1 - 500 501 - 1000 >1000
Est. Time(days) 35 45 To be negotiated
Cedars tensioners main components are from OEM suppliers, which guarantee it no skidding, no noise and long service life.
To achieve reliable products, all the main components are directly sourced from OE suppliers.
Quality inspections are strictly carried out with modern equipment and technologies during every step of production. Anti-fatigue
and other tests ensure that our parts meet the rigorous durability and precision requirements.
1. 14 years experience
2. 5 automated production lines
3. 21,000 square meters
4. 2,400,000 sets of annual capacity
5. Full processes of stamping, machining, plastic injection & assembly
6. Continuous process improvement & staff training
7. Independent product development
Pulley bearing wear.
Appearance: With the engine off and the belt removed, manually rotate the pulley. If you notice noise, resistance or roughness, the problem is likely to be pulley bearing wear.
Cause: Defective bearing and/or pulley.
Pulley surface wear
Appearance: Flat and grooved surfaces should be smooth and free from chips, cracks and dents. The high points of the grooves should not be worn down and be of equal height. Plastic pulleys have fins in sidewalls that should not be cracked or broken.
Cause: Belt wearing into the pulley.
Rust bleed and cracks
Appearance: Rust is bleeding between arm and base or dripping from the tensioner. Also, check the tensioner for cracks or damage to arm, housing and bracket. Some damage can’t be seen unless the tensioner has been removed.
Cause: Rust bleeding or dripping is a sign of internal component wear. Most common crack damage occurs at tensioner “stops” and mounting