diagram for serpentine belt on 1996 Pontiac Bonneville se
You will need to remove the front engine cover, on your 1997 Pontiac Bonneville, in order to change the supercharger belt. Loosen the tensioner pulley to remove the belt.
It's in your owners manual
Yes, I need a diagram of the serpentine belt for a 1997 3.8 liter Bonneville SE without a turbo charger.
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How do you change the supercharger belt tensioner in 1997 Pontiac Grand Prix GTP?
A diagram for the serpentine belt for the 1995 Bonneville can be found in an Chilton's manual for that year and make of vehicle. The belt diagram varies depending on the exact vehicle engine type.
I think you mean the Supercharger belt? You cannot drive anywhere without your accessory belt... You can drive as long as you want without your Supercharger belt but be prepared for a substantial loss in power.
To change the serpentine belt on a 2003 Pontiac Bonneville, loosen the tensioner pulley and remove the old belt. The tensioner pulley is the wheel in the belt system that has a bolt through the middle in a slot that can be adjusted. Put the new belt on and tighten up the pulley.
NO! Do not drive that car w/out the supercharger belt attached!
diagram of ur belt should be right under ur hood..should be a sticker there showning how the belt should fit
It has a timing chain. I have the OEM service manual for that year Bonneville, and it shows a timing chain.
diagram of timing belt
I have a 1998 Pontiac Grand Prix and the two Serpinetine belts broke. I put a belt on without putting on the second supercharger belt on and I am driving it now until I get the other belt. If you look at the routing of the belt all of the normal systems run without the second belt.
just need to know where it is located on car
i need to see the chart on how the belt gose on my supercharger
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it should be on the right side right neer the belt
chain, to the best of my knowledge belts were never used on the 3800.
Should be a placard under the hood somewhere with a diagram of the belt routing. If it is missing then look in your owners manual.
The tensioner belt is interchangable as both vehicles use the same engine, the GM 3800