You don't tighten a serpentine belt. The tension is controlled by a tensioner. If it is loose, then the belt has stretched and needs replacing.
You don't, they have a tension pulley that does that automatically. If the belt is too loose, the pulley most likely has to be replaced. Thecommi ::: The serpentine belt is held by tention with a automatic belt tensioner. If the serpentine belt is loose, you will most likely have to replace the entire belt tensioner assembly. the assembly comes with a new pully.
The SC2 is an 'S' series Saturn, and all 4 cylinder engines of the S series Saturn's used a timing CHAIN rather than a timing belt.
no.... The Saturn Sc2 (in all years of production) has a timing chain......much better in my opinion.
Rotate the drivebelt tensioner to release the tension on the belt and remove.
$0.00 It has a chain and NOT a belt.
All Saturn 4 cylinder engines have an internal timing chain. All Saturn V6 engines have a timing belt.
chain97 Saturn sc2 has a timing chain,its a pain to change though because there is not much clearance....but it can be done!
Sounds like you need a serpentine belt. I'd have it towed (if you can afford it) to the nearest shop.
Apply a thin coat of oil to the gasket of the new filter. Tighten the filter 3/4 turn after it makes contact with the mounting surface. NO MORE NO LESS!
dexron6 are type transmission oil for Saturn 2001 serial sc2
Yes. All Seats from Saturn S-series cars are compatible from 91-02, except for the back seats. For example: You cannot use an SC1 back seat in an SC2.
The Saturn SC2 automobile was a part of the Saturn S series automobiles that was around from 1990 up until 2002. The SC2 looked similar to a Nissan 240 SX and the model was manufactured around 1994-1995.
i have a 1997 Saturn sc2 410xxx miles my friend is at 560xxx on his sl1 if you treat a Saturn well it will last a lifetime if you don't you will cry
A 93 Saturn does not have a stater relay.
the best place is to remove the center seat belt in the back seat and bolt it to that...
1997 Saturn sc2 loction of transmission dipstick
No, there is no inertia switch on any Saturn.
1993-2000 ide go with 1994-1999 somewhere in there would work nicest
96 Saturn doesn't have a starter relay
Saturn sc takes 1.5 pounds of R134a
If it is anything like my 96 SC2 i get about 35-40 highway mpg.
u need to buy new pulley then, remove serpentine belt from engine remove bolts that hold pulley to crankshaft remove pully instalation is exact opposite of removalAnsweru need to buy new pulley then, remove serpentine belt from engine remove bolts that hold pulley to crankshaft remove pully instalation is exact opposite of removal Answeru need to buy new pulley then, remove serpentine belt from engine remove bolts that hold pulley to crankshaft remove pully instalation is exact opposite of removal
Any year Saturn that has an identical eighth digit in VIN as your car.
It has a spring loaded tensioner. No adjustment is possible as the tensioner constantly adjusts tension. If tension is incorrect, the tensioner must be replaced.
The 4 cylinder engines used a timing chain while the V6 engines used a timing belt which must be replaced every 100,000 miles. Since the vehicle described is the SC2, it was originally equipped with the 4 cylinder, dual cam engine, meaning that it has a timing chain.