you dont adjust a tension pulley you adjust the position of the compressor to tighten the belt
Check with your local auto parts store. A new idler pulley is an inexpensive item.
You sell me the car, then you don't have to adjust it.
twist the distributor while pointing a timing light at the camshaft pulley and degree scale, after shorting a couple pins on a covered connector above the master cylinder
no adjustment possible
can someone tell me how to adjust timing on a geo metro 1996
If the air conditioner fuse keeps blowing out on a 1993 Geo Metro, one possibility for this is that the serpentine belt is too tight. The motor for the air conditioner is not turning as freely as it should. The blower motor resistor could also be bad which taxes the air conditioner pump.
My 1999 Chev. Metro has fuel injection. I doubt that any of them were carbureted.
The crank bolt is right thread on a 96 geo metro. bob.
Near A.P Colony Gaay/Rampur Thana
replace window regulator
To the best of my knowledge there is no adjustment for valves on the 3 cylinder
ive tryand can,t get the bolt to brake loose
Begin by loosening the tensioner pulley. Take the old air conditioning drive belt on. Put the new air conditioning drive belt on and tighten the tensioner pulley.
on the front bottom part of oil pan. just behind the bottom pulley.
1.3 and 1.6 liter don't have one 1.8 liter is at the back top see picture at this site It's a wonder he could even figure out how to turn the computer on. Please don't answer questions if you don't know what the hell you are talking about. Geo Metros did not come with a 1.6 OR 1.8 liter engine. For both the 1.0 and 1.3L, the camshaft timing belt tensioner pulley is located inside the timing belt cover, attached to the water pump in the center front of the motor. The air conditioner belt tensioner is under the air conditioner compressor between the compressor and the block.
The Air Conditioning compressor serpentine belt can be changed by adjusting the small belt tensioner idler wheel. This small idler wheel has a center nut (I think it's 14 mm) you must back off first so the wheel can slide up & down in a slot.There is an adjusting bolt on the bottom of the wheel bracket. When the idler center nut is loose, put a socket on the bolt head (facing upwards) and turn to draw the idler wheel downwards. This will slacken the belt and you will then be able to slip the belt off the pulley. Remove & install the new belt and trun the adjusting bolt back tightening the idler wheel onto the belt until your satisfied with the tension. Tighten the center nut and check this doesn't change your tension. This procedure needs you to remove a plastic splash shield in the fender well. You can do this.. it's a "one beer" job! DangerDude
There are little gears right behind the headlight assemblies.
There should be a mark on your crankshaft pulley and several marks on the lower timing cover. You may have to clean them off in order to see them.
No, 95 - 97 are self-adjusting, hydraulic lifters.
make sure you have the new style belt with the square notches if so your idler may be bent or have bad bearings
It is the "E". Make sure the pin in the camshaft is in the slot with the "E" if you remove the camshaft pulley.
Adjust the Throttle Possition indicator.
on the latch there are two small bolts loosen them and move the latch up then retighten
the only belt with a tensioner is the timing belt, to tighten the alt belt loosen the adjustment bolt then tap the alt back then retighten the bolt