I am assuming you have the straight six engine. (Excellent engine by the way should go into the 200k range). Anyhow, Jeep did not include an adjustable idle pully until I believe 96' so here is how it works. You loosen the pivot bolt and the bracket bolt on the Power Steering pump and then there is and adjustment bolt under the pump that you can loosen/tighen to adjust the tension on the belt-makes it swing out(ie. and take it off.) Make a sketch of the routing before you start- this will help you when it comes time to put the new belt back on. This first time I did it it took me a few hours to complete.(Had to figure out how the adjustment was done.) Once you figure out an arrangement for making the bolt move-it is in a TIGHT area, you just have to back it out to the correct tension/slack. It was a poor design and one of my few complaints about that engine arrangement. You might look around- some smart feller might have come up with a retrofit to add a sprung idler pulley (like on the Fords) where you just stick in a 1/2 inch drive, turn it and the belt pops off. Good Luck. Jimbo
Hey, just had a '93 limited belt ot replace today. At front of water pump is a tensioner spring pully. Slap a 15mm spanner over the retaining bolt on that sucker and heave toward the engine, and down. The smooth pully to the immediate right will allow the belt to slip right off. When replacing DONT do what I did today and, while straining to hold the tension on the spring pully, left my fingers in the way while slipping the belt back on. Not nice when the spanner slips. Use a drive or something else blunt to push the belt down the last little bit and slid on.
The Jeep Grand Cherokee did not exist until 1993.
buy a new belt
http://autorepair.about.com/library/graphics/42163954.gif If you go to this link you will find a picture of a belt diagram to a 1993 Jeep Cherokee its correct I just finished changing one.
A/C Condenser is on the serpentine route.
It is recommended that you change the timing belt, on your Jeep grand Cherokee, 3.1 liter diesel engine, every 60,000 miles. Not changing the timing belt may void your warranty.
The 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee does not have a timing belt. It has a chain. No scheduled replacement is necessary.
Not one penny. The 1996 Jeep Cherokee does not have a timing belt. It has a timing chain.
The 1994 Jeep Grand Cherokee tension belt diagram can be obtained from most Jeep dealerships. Most auto-parts stores will supply the belt diagram when you purchase the belt.
I'm going to go with the alternator here.
The 2003 2.5 CRD Jeep Cherokee has a cam belt not a chain
That vehicle with the V-6 or the V-8 doesn't have a timing belt.
A 1997 Jeep V8 has a timing chain, not a belt.
The 2.5L and 4.0L in a XJ Jeep Cherokee both have timing chains.
it is adjusted throught the power steering pump loosen the adjuster bolts remove belt and reverse
No, it has a chain.
How does the belt for fan and water pump go on a 2000 Jeep Cherokee Sport 6 Cylinder?
look at the belt in good daylight if it is glossy on the side facing you or the ridges look dry rotted or cracked the change
paste this link and it will give you instructions to how to replace belt... http://www.wjjeeps.com/serpentine.htm How do I replace a serpentine belt on a 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee? Give detailed directions on the belt remove and installation of a new belt.
You need a #47 Torx bit for a ratchet wrench and find where it connects to the body and replace.
That's gear driven by the timing belt, you'll have to tear down the from=nt of the engine to get to it, I suggest replacing the belt while you are in there as well as the tensioner.