Replaced alternator now belts are squeeling. How do you stop the squiling are the belts to lose or to tight?
the car has the original alternator in it, the brackets for the new alternator (the ford one) are uneven and wont fit the belts on them, i was wondering if i can take the brackets from the old alternator and replace them on the for so the belts will fit answer quickly thanks!
parts and labor it should run you about $300 and change. Replace the drvive belts too.
seat belts: 4 2 in front and 2 in back
The 2001 Honda Civic is not equipped with a serpentine belt, but has 2 v-belts. These are tensioned through use of a tensioner.
All Honda 4 cylinders from 2003 and up have a timing chain except the 2004 & 2005 Honda Civic which has a belt. 2006 and up Civic has a chain.
Technically no, the fan is driven by an electric motor. It does however have at least one drive belt (which are still refered to as fan belts) which drives the pulley for the power steering pump and the alternator.
well Honda's are a bit tricky since there made in japan theres no hand space, i drive Honda integra, you have to lift the car up find 3 belts one of the belts is the alternators, find it unhook and then find where your alternator latchesNote: this make take an hr. if you know what your doing
YES , according to the Gates website ( they make timing belts etc. ) the 1.6 liter 4 cylinder in a 1998 Honda Civic is an interference engine
there should be two major bolts to the alternator one to losse'n up the belts and the other to release the alternator to the mount. loosen the belts first and then remove the belts.. after this it should be easy to replace the alternator
Yes , it is ( according to Gates - they manufacture timing belts etc. )
The Accord changed from a belt to chain in 2003. The Civic changed from belt to chain in 2006. Prior to that they all had belts.
Are they new belts or old belts. If the belts are new they may need to be tightned or a belt tensioner may need to be replaced. If all are new and tight there may be a part that is failing and is sliping cause it very hard for the belts to trun it.
3. Alternator Air conditioning pump Power steering pump
1-3-4-2 with number one cylinder being the closest to the belts
the alternator will be on the end of the engine that has the drive belts or serpentine belts, alternators are belt driven.
#1 is on the right side looking at the engine. (the side with the alternator and belts.
Changing the alternator or removing and installing the belt should not cause excessive stress or wear on the belts.
According to Honda's website the standard Civic models did not start using a timing chain until 2006 with the exception of the SI models which were a different engine and have always had a timing chain. But PRIOR to 2006 all the other civic models had timing belts (which have to be replaced to be replaced periodically).
Does your car have one belt? Or does it have 2 belts? if it has one belt..............it's called a serpentine belt and you need to find the idler pulley and insert a 3/8 inch ratchet in the hole and take the tension off the belt, slide the belt off the pulley and then replace the alternator. With serpentine belts, you do not adjust the slack on the belt using the alternator, the idler pulley adjust the slack on the belt and keeps tension on it. If you have 2 belts then you may have an adjustable alternator but most cars this new have one belt. If you have 2, check back with your question updated.
Honda Odyssey 2004 has not got fan belt. It has got 3 ( three ) belts - timing, power steering and alternator A/C belt.
Beginning in 2003 all Honda 4 cylinders switched to a cam chain except the Honda Civic 1.7 liter 4 cylinder which still had a belt. The Honda Civic 1.7 liter switched to a cam chain beginning in 2006. All Honda V6 engines still use a cam belt that must be replaced.
by seat belts between cushions there 10mm bolt or bolts front snaps in in the center you will see it
Yes ( according to Gates , they make timing belts etc . it is an interference engine )
chain; most late model hondas now use chains vs belts