A belt routing diagram for a 3.3 L 1994 caravan?
There should be a sticker under the hood either in front of the radiator or the underneath side of the hood itself. If you still cannot find it look in your owners manual.
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%DETAILS%. Answer . your timing is off that van is famous for warped heads get a compression test done on it. Answer . \ntry having a diognostic test by a mechanic and see if the map sensor is reading the correct voltage i had this problem and did everything i bet its the map sensor\nits abo…ut 50 bucks at auto zone and sits right nexto the throttle body\nGood luck James (MORE)
locate the "tensioner" pulley, on the schematic that is under your hood, on top of the radiator. Then place a socket on the bolt head in the middle of that pulley, and with a breaker bar, pull the entire pulley towards the front of the van, releasing the tension, and letting the belt slip off easily…. Repeat this procedure once you have the new belt routed around most of the pulleys properly and slip it over the tensioner pulley last. Double check belt alignment on all pulleys, make sure it is well tensioned, then start your van and let it idle about 5 to 10 seconds, shut it off, and recheck the belt alignment and tension. If all looks well, then close the hood and call it a job well done. (MORE)
\n Answer \n. \nYou'll need to go to your local car parts dealer and ask them for a printout for your serpentine belt route. You'll need to know the year and type of car you have. Also, you'll need to know the size of your engine.\n. \n New Answer Headline \n. \nI just changed mine on a… 96 Caravan 3.8L. The diagram was on the flat painted area between the radiator and grill, facing up. (MORE)
It should have a diagram under the hood somewhere. Look somwhere around where the hood latch is, Should have a sticker somewhere under the hood. Under the hood is a diagram. If not try Autozone they usually have manual you can look at.
caravan 3.3L belt diagram . \nhttp://www.autozone.com/images/cds/jpg/small0900823d8010b6d6.jpg\n. \nhere is the diagram from autozone. caravan 3.3L belt diagram . \nhttp://www.autozone.com/images/cds/jpg/small0900823d8010b6d6.jpg\n. \nhere is the diagram from autozone
Answer . Open the hood and look around the hood latch mechanism on the metal frame in behind the radiator. You'll see a sticker with the belt routing on it. If you get stuck, remember that the back of the belt goes on smooth pulleys and the inside of the belt goes on the grooved pulleys..
The map is usually located under the hood, and if not, you need to go to a car parts store, and get a repair manual for your car. They cost about $16.00 Or, go to a Public Library.
This is easier than it may look. Look at all the rollers/ulleys that the belt must pass over/around/through. The ones that are smooth are the ones that get the back end of the belt and are used to change the direction of the belt. The ones with grooves are the ones that are actually driven by the be…lt. One of the rollers near the top and towards the firewall is actually spring loaded. I believe it is the one that is 2nd nearest to the firewall. Put a wrench on it and pull. You will see it rocks downward allowing you to jump the belt onto it. So, the way to get it is to thread the belt over all of the rollers except this one (the grooves on the belt face would in when you thread it if it were a pure circle), making sure you are driving the proper pulleys (as described in the first paragraph). With the belt threaded over all but the pulley you can pivot, pull with a wrench on this tensioning pulley and work the belt onto it... It self tensions so at that point you are done. Start @ front of vehicle w/ AC pulley work your way down and backward until you have reached the alternator pulley. [Note] this means laying the belt on the tensioner.. The alternator pulley will be the last to put on; as you can not put the belt on the tensioner with a wrench on it. Once the belt is routed in the manner described in both answers (except the laying belt on tensioner in this answer) put 15 metric long handle boxed wrench on tensioner and pull towards you. Slip the belt over alternator pulley. THEN your done. (MORE)
Answer . \nBest bet is to go to parts house and see if they can pull up a diagram of the serpentine belt pathway. Possibly NAPA parts may have this.
serpentine belt install on 3.3L caravan . \nI had similar problem last week. I found the answer on autozone.com. I got a gif picture I could look at. you can too. otherwise here goes nothing in text...\n. \nwith AC belt goes\n. \n. \nhttp://www.autozone.com/az/cds/en_us/0900823d/80/10/b6/be/09…00823d8010b6be/repairInfoPages.htm\n. \nbotom of page\n. \nhttp://www.autozone.com/images/cds/jpg/small0900823d8010b6d6.jpg\nyour image you are looking for\n. \nor the hard way...\n. \nstart at front and going down from ac compressor... around and over water pump pulley...under crank pulley...up and over tensioner pulley... up near alternator but not over just yet... then under idler pulley.\n. \nwith a 15 MM long handle ofset wrench attach to the center bolt on the tensioner pulley and turn CW this will pull tensioner down. as this happens you have the slack to pull belt over the alternator. now gently release tension till the belt is snug. I have done this enough times to find this to be the best and easiest way to work in this tight space. (MORE)
Answer . \nI had to replace my belt and was forced to use a different route to put my belt on instead of the one pictured in the sticker that should be on the hood. You can email me and will send you a picture of what the diagram is and show you what I had to do.\n. \firstname.lastname@example.org
Autozone will print you one for free. As number 5 would say "Need Input" Make? Model? Year? Actually you don't need that info yet,but you will when you get to the parts store,most of them,given the make,model,year and engine size,can pull up a diagram to guide you in the process. also …if you go to the parts store and pick up the haynes manual for your car it has the diagram right in it. i have found that if you plan on doing any work on your car it is ideal to have the manual. and they are $20 tops Online Source ANswer: If you give year, make and model I could probably tell you or paste it as an answer. Most cars come with OWNERS MANUALS. Its in there. Then, if its not, the DEALER will. (MORE)
Answer . On our 96 Caravan the sticker under the hood says .050. The sticker is on the left side of the engine compartment.
\n. \n Answer \n. \nGo to www.autozone.com and look under specifications, belt routing.\n. \nOn a 1989 Dodge Grand Caravan, the diagram is on the side of the engine where the S-belt is located.
Answer . everyone should have a manual for their vehicle, and the library should have a professional shop manual available in the REFERENCE section...make copies of the right sections...good luck :)
this link is not working for me(3-20-09) \n. Here you go. Paste this into your browser address bar. http://www.autozone.com/az/cds/en_us/0900823d/80/10/b6/be/0900823d8010b6be/repairInfoPages.htm
Answer . \nThe water pump on a 3.3L is accessed at the front passenger side. Removing the wheel and inner wheel well splash guard makes it really easy to get to.. \n. \nBefore you start, drain the cooling system. Have pails, buckets, or other containers to catch everything. You might want so…me rags too. I usually disconnect the lower radiator hose, which is right there are the pump, and drain it into a 5 gallon bucket since I put the van up (all 4 wheels) on jack stands. It takes a little more time, but makes it easier if I do have to crawl under the van for something (like that darn screw/bolt or socket that just ran off)\n. \nWhile the coolant is draining, you can use a belt tensioner tool to release pressure on the serpentine belt. Pull the Tensioner tool TOWARDS you to release pressure and slip the belt, at the tensioner, towards the engine so that it is just off the tensioner.\n. \nYour next step will be to remove the pump pulley (4 bolts) then then the bolts attaching pump housing to engine, and finally remove pump. Clean the "O"ring sealing area and check the opending for dirt, debris, etc. before Installing the new pump. \n. \nInstallation is just the reverse.\n. \nAdd antifreeze mixture. Ensure that correct is added back in, etc. To make sure that all air is released, I usually run the engine for a while (up to 30 minutes) with the heater turned on and the radiator cap removed. Watch and add coolant as needed. I then check the levels again after a drive and cool down period.\n. \nI usually buy the Mopar OE pumps through a dealer as I've been told by a number of people that the aftermarket pumps last about 1/2 as long... Most people say the OEMs last 5 to 10 years. and aftermarket rebuilt pumps seems to last around 2 to 5 years. (MORE)
I am looking for the camshaft position sensor on a 1994 dodge grand caravan se 3.3 liter. can anyone help with a diagram or something..thankyou?
Answer . \nUpdate.......................i think i have found the part on the car just can t find where the other end is located.
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Answer Yes, Ford did away with belt diagrams under the hood, isn't that stupid? I am a technician with 20 years at it, and I hate that there are no more belt diagrams. You will need to get a diagram from a service manual. That is at the dealer. I am sure someone there will be willing to photocopy i…t for you. . See "Related Questions" below for online diagram sources... (MORE)
sometimes they r printed somewhere on hood compartment. If not, they are in the books at any autozone>parts store, find a open one or buy $20 i think
Answer . if you have this or know of a link please email me email@example.com \I have a manual but it doesnt show this one there is a tensioner as well as idler it has a/c . and if you could post the diagram here because not every one wants to email some one just to get an answer :)
Answer . Sorry, but this wiki doesn't allow images.. Verbal description of the complete serpentine belt loop on a 99 Olds 3.5 V6 (probably the same on a 2000):. Top of CAM to top of ALTERNATOR - bottom of ALTERNATOR to top of nearby (front) PULLEY - bottom of PULLEY to top of A/C COMPRESSOR - …bottom of COMPRESSOR to bottom of CRANK - top of CRANK to bottom of middle PULLEY - top of middle PULLEY to bottom of rear TENSIONER - top of TENSIONER to back to top of CAM.. Remember the serpentine belt has ribs on only one side, the ribs face AWAY from the two guide pulleys and TOWARD the pulleys on the Alternator, Compressor, Crank, Cam and Tensioner. You should tell by the pulley being smooth or ribbed as needed. (MORE)
look under the hood there is usually a diagram somewhere there Or ask a new question and include year, make, model, and engine size.
Answer . Follow the upper radiator hose. It ends at the thermostat housing. You may have to remove the upper intake manifold to get to it. Are you having fun yet? Rick I'm a retired ASE Master/L-1 Technician. I still keep current with the latest automotive technology. Visit my blog for coo…l articles and TSB's: http://free-auto-repair-advice.blogspot.com (MORE)
Open the hood. With your left hand, reach out and down a little. It's right above the water pump pulley. If it were a Bear, it would bite you. :p
Answer . if you look under the hood on the upper left side by the hood hinge , there is a diagram of how the serpentine belt should be arranged. Fit the belt around all the pulleys except the tension pulley. Take a tork wrench and place on the nut in the center of the pulley and crank it towards… yourself which will lower the pulley (please note that it is spring loaded so make sure you have it securely fitted or it will spring back at you. slip the serpentine belt on once you have created enough clearance to slip on... (MORE)
This is not really an answer,but I have a problem with a wiring harness on my 93 caravan also. I have not gotten to the point of solving the problem, but was wondering if you got your problem solved and if you found a diagram and where did you get your wiring harness? Another searcher!!!!
In the engine compartment, somewhere in front of the top of the radiator,. there should be a diagram sticker showing how to run the serpentine belt
There should be a sticker under your hood somewhere showing the routing.. Edit: I have a Mazda Tribute 01 and I'm looking for the same sticker Dealers didn't put any on ...
You dont need a diagram.. just trace the route with the eye.. Besides.. if your going to change the alternator belt.. you might as well change all 3 if its on the V6.. Oh.. and is a PIA job..
When you get your new belt, ask the sales people to print the diagram for you. Most of the stores have access (such as AutoZone). I just rerplaced mine with my son and it wasn't bad at all (end at the belt tensioner). Other than that, have fun!
http://search.express.ebay.com/items/mercedes-benz-manual_W0QQ_nkwZmercedesQ20benzQ20manualQQtrZQQruZ Here is a picture of the engine and it shows most of the routing hope this helps someone. I had to do a little creative problem solving to find it!
Most auto part store can give customers a printed copy of a beltrouting diagram for a 2001 Ford F 150. Also, Ford dealerships withmechanics on site can give diagrams for no charge.
Belt map is on the hood or the firewall. If not go find one.. It is in the manual and inside the engine compartment.
i am not sure where to get a diagram usually they are on the plastic cover over the top of radiator. but if not remember smooth pullys the back of the belt runs on and groved pullys inside of belt runs on
The 3.3 in the Chrysler minivans has a timing chain, I believe all overhead valve engines do.
I need a diagram for a serpentine belt for a 1994 f150 with 5.0 engine I need a diagram for a serpentine belt for a 1994 f150 with 5.0 engine There should be a sticker near radiator shroud that has belt routing. If not stick the belt down past the right side of fan/water pump .put belt on crank pul…ley then pull back of belt over water pump and then down around power steering pulley and up over compressor pulley. put belt from crank pulley around smog pulley then up to tensioner with back of belt around tensioner and then around alternator pulley.next put rachet and socket(15 mm) on tensioner and pull on it while placing belt under idler pulley. (MORE)
The routing should be in your owners manual if you have it or there should be a diagram under the hood.
THE BELT ROUTING WILL BE ON THE BACK OF THE REPLACEMENT BELT SLEEVE. If NOT POSSIBLE CONTACT ME AT firstname.lastname@example.org Stevan
Normally there is (or was) a diagram under the hood - looks like a "sticker".OR - You could buy a "service manual" - Clymer or Chiltons print them - from Advance/Auto Zone/Oreillys/etc. for the vehicle.$20 more or less and a good source of info.
Most vehicles have a belt routing diagram on a plaquer located in the engine compartment. Or even in the cars manual.
the Chrysler 3.3 has a timing chain. the 3.0 is the v6 motor that uses a timing belt.
This diagram would be available with an image search. You can findsome that are labeled and some that are not.
The diagram is under hood u just need to look. any auto-parts store has acess to manuals
Assuming you have a 91 to 02 LX with AC, power steering and alternator the belt starting with the tensioner on top then it goes clockwise to the alternator, power steering, idler pulley, A/C, crankshaft pulley---------back to the tensioner.
There is not a diagram under the hood showing how to replace the serpentine belt. Can you show me a diagram?
Ask the dealership or a car parts shop if they would fax the diagram to you - I could not find one on-line . A wrecking yard may have the same make where you can see the routing itself .
It does not have a timing belt. It has a timing chain. It does not have a timing belt. It has a timing chain.
There is an available bypass kit, but the belt is the same. You remove the ac compressor and install an idler pulley.