it should have a belt tensioner, use a 3/8 or 1/2 ratchet in the square hole and push to the left or right and pull the old belt off, hold the tensioner after you got belt set to go in place, slide that part of belt under tensioner and let go, alot easier than dealing with v-belts.
The deck belt is 90 1/4" The drive belt is 95"
1977-85 Impala, 1977-90 Caprice
Any 1977-85 Impala or 1977-90 Caprice will work
I have a 90' Caprice with a 305 that I brought up to 130mph.
changing serpentine belt and pulley 90' sedan deville
I have a '90, my timing belt went at 90,000 miles. the guy at the garage said you should change it at 65,000-70,000
the belt is worn and loose change the belt and tension properly
the timing belt needs to be replaced every 100,000 KM. I would change it a little prior to that. If it breaks, you can bend your valves.
Should be 90 inch same as the 1315
well my 86 caprice is a 305 also and its a 5 quart capacity. so I'm goin out on a limb an guessing the 90 caprice is also a 5 quart capacity also. well my 86 caprice is a 305 also and its a 5 quart capacity. so I'm goin out on a limb an guessing the 90 caprice is also a 5 quart capacity also.
You need to loosen the belt tensioner. There is a large bolt that needs to be loosened in the center of the tensioner pulley. Then the small vertical bolt is turned in the direction to loosen the belt. After the tensioner is loose replace the belt and retension it.
locate the belt tensioner (left side if facing motor). using a 3/8 drive ratchet turn the tensioner 90 deg counter clockwise. remove old belt. rerun new belt according to diagram and reinsert ratchet turning 90 deg again counter clockwise. place slack in belt over tensioner and release the ratchet.
Not without modification
I think it is 90 000., but check your owners manual or call the dealer to be sure
This is a question that's asked a lot. The V6 has a cam drive 'belt' rather than a chain. The belt is scheduled for a maintenance replacement every 90 thousand miles. Cheers
Bevel gears can be used to change the direction of drive in a gear system by 90 degrees
There is one before and one after the catalytic converter.
in the fuel tank, its like $90 at carquest
80k The above answer is incorrect. The belt requires changing at 100,000 miles under normal conditions. If you drive in severe conditions, then change it at 75,000 miles. Warning: This engine is an Interferance Engine and as such if the belt breaks serious engine damage will occur. Also the water pump is driven by the same belt. To save on future labor costs, replace the water pump at the same time you replace the belt. Considering the average driver is in severe conditions 90% of the time, I wouldn't say incorrect. Just a safe median.