Q: My dodge has a loose part that appears to be a thick circular metal component of the crankshaft pulley assembly.

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My durango is making a noise near the crankshaft pulley and the engine is vibrating quite a bit at idle. I see a loose part which appears to be part of the crankshaft assembly. It's a thick metal circular component. The serpentine belt appears to be in fine shape. However I see the pulley that rotates the alternator intermittently stops rotating. Would like a quote to change out that assembly

My car has 165642 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

Quote requested by customer to have the harmonic balancer replaced has been sent to the CS department.

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