how do you change the serpentine belt on a 2001 Rodeo
Yes the 2000 passport has a timing belt as does its identical twin the Isuzu Rodeo.
diagram for timing belt Isuzu rodeo 3.2l 24valve
This is for a 1999 v6 http://www.2carpros.com/forum/1999-isuzu-rodeo-question-serpentine-belt-replacement-vt81705.html
it¨s a timing belt..
Remove beltUnbolt tensioner and remove
Please show picture of how to put on belt
It is behind the timing belt cover.
When changing the serpentine belt it is important to have a diagram. The diagram of the serpentine belt of a 2001 Isuzu Rodeo 6-cylinder can be found in its manual or a print out can be obtained at an auto part store.
Your 3.2 liter V6 engine has a timing BELT
loosen the 7/8 main nut on the tensioner then back off the adjuster 12mm till there is enough slack to remove the belt
It is located under the timing belt cover.
We think so.
The 2.2 liter four cylinder engine and the 3.2 liter V6 engine in a 2003 Isuzu Rodeo both have a timing BELT
Check the belt on your alternator. If it is not tight enough it will squeal on a Rodeo. Be sure to get it checked soon or your belt could fall off or burn up your alternator and then you are stuck!!
Both the 2.2 liter 4 cylinder and the 3.2 liter V6 engines in a 1999 Isuzu Rodeo have a TIMING BELT and both are interference engines ( according to Gates , they make timing belts etc. )
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Not unless the bearing in that pulley is noisy or rough when you spin it.
According to the Gates website ( they make timing belts etcetera ) YES The 2.2 litre four cylinder engine in a 2002 Isuzu Rodeo ( which has a timing BELT ) IS AN INTERFERENCE ENGINE
Usually a diagram is on the underside of your hood.
The fan belt on a 2000 Holden Rodeo is tightened by loosening the tensioner and using a pry bar to apply pressure. The bolt is then tightened to maintain the tension.
The timing belt on a 2000 Isuzu Trooper is replaced by removing the engine accessories, taking off the timing cover and loosening the tensioner. The belt can then be slipped off the sprockets and a new timing belt put in place.
Check the serpentine belt. If it's loose it will make a terrible noise.