This is most likely your belt squealing and not the clutch itself. Try some belt dressing available as a spray on from all parts store. If this stops the squealing you have a varnished belt and probably should replace it soon.
The tension pulley should have a bolt that holds it on, allowing you to replace the unit.
Remove air box, pulley is located just under attached to engine block. Should remove bolts take off belt, and replace pulley and belt.
well i think u should prolly replace it
There should be a tensioner pulley you put a wrench on it and twist and it will relieve tension on the belt making the old one slide right off thenn put the new one on
yes you should replace both sides at the same time
How do you replace a starter on a Cadillac Fleetwood front wheel drive Where is the starter located? Is this a difficult job I should pay someone to do or a regular joe and do this.
The belts are not aligned correctly, or something is bent; pulley, bracket, look and see . The belt should look straight.
You should not be getting belt squeal because it is a serpentine belt, and not a v-belt. The squealing is most likely a bad bearing in one of the pulleys. Whatever you do, do NOT use belt dressing on a serpentine belt, as this can cause more problems. I suggest you remove the belt, and turn each pulley by hand and listen for the squealing. Some, you may not be able to turn though, such as the crank pulley. They should turn smoothly, with no noise, or intermittent resistance.
cost 3-4 grand to replace
should be a single bolt in the center of the tensioner probly 15mm
There should be a "square" cut into the pulley bracket that fits either a 1/2 inch or 3/8 inch ratchet or breaker bar to allow you to remove tension from this pulley allowing you to replace the serpentine belt.
There should be a spring loaded tensioner pulley. If the pulley isn't holding the belt sufficiently tight you may need to replace the tensioner.
I assume you mean the idler pulley on the A/C belt. I have not replaced this particular item but it should be simple. Looking from the top of the engine compartment on the passenger side you will see the idler pulley with a mounting/locking bolt which attaches the pulley and the tension adjusting point immediately above it. Loosen the pulley locking bolt by turning counter clockwise. Relieve belt tension by turning the adjuster bolt counter clockwise. Remove the belt and pulley. Replace in the reverse order.
The drive belt, on your Kawasaki Mule six, can, can be removed by loosening the tensioner pulley. When the tensioner pulley is loosened the belt should easily come off.
your local auto parts store should have a guide to replacing. or look in your manual
you should be able to put a socket wrench in the front of the idler pulley. Push away from the tension of the belt, then remove the belt. MAKE SURE you remember how the belt came off. Loosen the bolts on the pulley, then remove. Install new pulley, then put the belt back on.
I have no idea what you mean by "brake life is at 10," but there is a way that I always know when to replace my brake pads. When brake pads wear down quite a ways, a metal clip will start to touch the rotor when you apply the brakes. It will cause a very loud squealing noise (metal clip on metal rotor), and it means that it is time to replace your brakes. It was designed that way. Once you hear the squealing, you can drive like that safely for weeks or months, but the squealing noise will be very irritating. If "brake life is at 10" means that you only have 10% of your pads left, then you should change them.
The water pump should only be replaced when you hear signs of the pump failing, i.e: bearings on the pulley are squeaking.
If you're describing the idler pulley or the tensioner pulley, it's probably a bad bearing. Pulley bearing failure is common and relatively easy to repair. Remove tension from the serpentine belt then turn the pulley back and forth with your fingers. It should make no noticable noise and should turn smoothly. If you can hear any grinding noise or if the pulley feels like the bearing is grinding, replace it.
I'm not sure what year and model you Cadillac is but a p0404 should be for the EGR valve open position performance. You will need to replace the egr valve if the wires are okay. Hope this is helpful.
Look at the radiator fan, behind it you should see a pulley. The pulley is connected to the water pump. The center pulley is attached to the water pump. It is not a hard pump to replace, just a pain in the rear to do so. Y-THINK-Y
It should have an tensioner pulley on it. A spring loaded arm that puts pressure against the belt as it travels. You may need to replace the pulley and spring if it is failing and allowing the belt to slip off.