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The auxiliary belt, tensioner, idler and pulleys inside the accessory belt drive system work together smoothly, to provide the drive for systems such as the power steering, alternator, air conditioning and, sometimes, the cooling system via the water pump. When diagnosing auxiliary belt problems, use the following troubleshooting methods to resolve the problem:. Appearance : Small yet visible cracks along the length of a rib or ribs. Cause : Continuous exposure to high temperatures and the stress of bending around the pulleys leads to cracking. Cracks begin at the rib top and grow to the cord line. Appearance : Pieces or chunks of rubber material have come off the belt.
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A smart belt that slims or expands to adjust to granular changes to your waistline. Because why not. Here at CES 's first big showcase -- called CES Unveiled -- there's nearly every cutting edge product category under the sun being pitched by companies you may have never heard of and may never hear from again, from pocket-size drones and palm-size robots to new iterations of headphones, speakers, smart bikes and anything that can fit a screen. And every single one of those gadget makers wishes they could do what Belty did Sunday night, which is turn heads and, in this particular instance, get camera operators to zoom in uncomfortably on the waistlines of complete strangers. The "smart belt" prototype, out later this year, from Paris-based startup Emiota is admittedly hideous.