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.
$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
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.
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 best place is to remove the center seat belt in the back seat and bolt it to that...