Power Steering
Honda Accord
Toyota Celica

Does anyone have a diagram on a powerstering belt for 84 Toyota celica there seems to be no way to tighten it up its around power sterring pump and balancer is there something else its suppose to go?

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March 04, 2007 6:40PM

No diagram, but suggestion: Belt SHOULD go around the crank

pulley (lowest pulley), then A/C pulley, then under tensioner

pulley, and then around alternator pulley. When you "tighten"

(screw in) the tensioner pulley adjuster bolt, it loosens, as the

pulley comes toward your wrench and AWAY from the belt. So, to

tighten the belt, you UNSCREW the tensioner pulley adjuster bolt,

which pushes the pulley against the belt until it's tight. Be sure

when adjusting the belt to loosen the center bolt on the tensioner

pulley, and the alternator pivot bolt and lock-down bolt...just a

little bit. If not, the adjuster bolt can get bent trying to move

against the strain. I replace one recently and they aren't cheap

for their size! Good luck


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