How do yu adjust idle in a nissan sentra
Loosen the alternator tensioner bolt. You will be able to slide the alternator either way to adjust the tension on the belt.
The alternator is rotated on it's pivot to adjust belt tension.
Tighten it up!!
How do you adjust timing chain on a 1990 sentra?
Apply a wrench to the center bolt on the pully and turn it will adjust the tension.
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If it is a serpentine belt, the tension is automatically adjusted by the tension idler. If the belt is loose then the tensioner needs replacing. If it is a normal drive belt, then the alternator is mounted on a slotted bracket that allows you to adjust the position of the alternator. You can loosen the bolts and adjust the tension on the belt.
If it is a drive belt and not a serpentine belt is has no tensioner. You manually adjust the tension by normally adjusting tension by moving the alternator. Loosen to bolts holding the alternator in place and then adjust the tension. Tighten the bolts when the tension is right. If it is serpentine belt if you follow the belt around the the engine you will see the tensioner.
If the truck doesnt have a tensioner than you must adjust the alternator
Remove the valve cover. Tighten bolts next to rocker arms. done
Yes, it is used to adjust the tension on the A/C compressor. Looking into the engine compartment from the passenger side it is to the left of the alternator. To adjust tension you need to loosen the bolt which holds the pulley and then adjust the bolt which is directly above the pulley. Once you have proper tension tighten the pulley bolt.
If the alternator is driven by a drive belt, the answer is yes. You adjust the tension by loosing the bolts on the alternator mounting brackets and sliding the alternator until the proper tension, (around 1/4" deflection at mid point of the belt) is achieved. If however it has a Serpentine Belt driving the alternator, then there is no adjustment. Tension is held by the idler pulley. If it is loose then the belt is worn out, the idler tensioner is defective, or both.
You move the AC compressor and the alternator to adjust tension. Has to be done from under car.
if its carburated you can adjust it it that's probably not the problem but try it any way. couple words for you electronic valve in the carb.....
It he emergency brake has slack in it, then you more than likely the rear pads/shoes are worn out. Inspect the rear brakes.
The first thing to check is your fan-belt tension, if it's loose it will slip and not drive the alternator efficiently. Adjust/tighten it as required
There are two bolts to loosen to adjust the alternator belt tension. 1st is the adjustment bolt. 2nd is the pivot bolt It is easiest to get at them from the bottom of the engine on the passenger side rear of the engine.
The alternator is usally on an adjustable slide mounted to the engine. If you adjust the alternator on that slide to take the tension off the belt you should be good to go to put the new belt on. The routing diagram for routing the serpentine belt should be on a placard mounted under the hood on the frame. It should also be in your user's/maintenance manual. Make sure to adjust the alternator properly on its slide mount so that there is sufficient tension in the belt.
Changing the alternator on a Zafira is jsut like changing an alternator on any popular late model car. Unbolt it, make sure the belt comes off the pulley, and install a new alternator. Make sure to adjust the pulley to keep the correct tension on the belt
Remove Air Cleaner Box Assembly to gain access to alternator, Loosen bolts on alternator mounting bracket to relax alternator, Push alternator towards block to relax belt and away from block to tighten. Now tighten alternator bolts while keeping tension on alternator.
If your 88 CRX SI alternator belt is making a strange intermittent noise shortly after changing the alternator what's wrong, the belt tension could be off. Adjust the belt slightly.
Remove the upper through bolt of the alternator, remove the bottom bolt of the alternator by unscrewing the nut. Slide the belt off pulley. Install the new alternator. Replace and tighten the bolts (You will need to use a torque wrench to tighten to the proper foot-pounds of torque. You can find the torque specs for you bolts by going to a Honda forum). Adjust the tension bolt until there is enough tension on the belt (if not enough tension you will hear the belt squeak when you stat your car).
if it is a serpentine belt, there is a tension pully that keeps it tight if is a v blet , u generally adjust the tension by moving the alternator