Find the tensioner pulley. Use a straight wrench (I believe a 14mm) and turn the tensioner pulley bolt (the one in the middle of the pulley) counter clockwise (you may need an extension Pipe). This will release tension on the belt then slide the belt off. The tensioner pulley bolt is a reverse thread so it will not come loose when attempting to turn it counter clockwise. Slide the new belt on from the bottom up then turn the tensioner pulley counter clockwise (releasing tension) with one hand while sliding the belt over the alternator pulley (a long screwdriver wedged against the side wall can help get the belt onto the pulley) then allow the tensioner pulley to return to its normal position.
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you don't repair the serpentine belt. You buy a new one, they cost about 30 bucks
Belt about 20 bucks unless AC run by a "serpentine belt" (all one belt runs everything) then belt cost $ 80. and labor for serpentine $ 75. labor for just AC non serpentine belt $ 30
It typically costs between $100 and $150 to replace the serpentine belt on a Dodge Dakota. The belt costs around $30 with the rest being labor.
It can cost between $14 and $30 to replace a serpentine belt on a car. The price can raise to $40 or $60 if a person has it done at a car shop.
if your talking about the serpentine, you buy a new one
around $30 labor plus a $20 belt
Less than $10 for the belt, and about 20-30 minutes, its an easy job.
Depends on the model year in question - but most conventional serpentine belts (brands like Gates, Bando, Dayco, Goodyear, etc) run anywhere from $20-$30 for just the belt.
The serpentine belt needs to be changed when there is more than a little bit of inter-groove cracking, or the backing is damaged. Consult your owner's manual for specific maintenance recommendations. Alternatively, you can ask your vehicle inspection station or mechanic what the specific mandated requirements are. If you can change it yourself, and do it correctly, that is a good idea, because most shops will charge $100 to $150 for a part that costs $30 at a parts store and can take as few as five minutes (again, if you know what you are doing) to change.
first thing to do is to support the motor with a piece of 2 by 4[wood] and a jack, cause u need to remove the motor support next to the coolant deposit, u can support the motor by the oil pan using the 2 by 4 and the jack. to remove old belt and replace with the new one u need to turn the belt tensioner counterclockwise with a 18 mm wrench or the serpentine belt tool[this whole set is about 30 bucks] wich have several sizes u can use on several [if not all] models.
the serpentine belt may be slipping then grabbing as the tranny shifts gears.
Serpentine / accessory drive belts price around $15-30.Don't go cheap on this particular item.See "Related Questions" below for tons more about Sable serpentine belts.
Checking ribbed drive belts at every oil change, and the position of the self-adjusting mechanism indicator, will insure you catch a bad belt long before it snaps. The backside of the serpentine drive belt, or the smooth side, usually drives the water pump. If the serpentine belt gets oil soaked or glazed, it will slip and not provide the proper circulation to keep the engine cool. And if there is oil on the serpentine belt, it's coming from somewhere so you will need to find out where and fix it before putting on a new serpentine drive belt. Look for tears or abrasions. If you see any it means the serpentine drive belt is rubbing a pulley flange or bolt as it winds it way around. This will happen more often as the drive belt gets older. If this happens you may need to file a pulley flange smooth or bend something out of the way. Also look for pinholes and/or bumps. If you see any it means dirt and debris is getting in between the serpentine drive belt and the pulleys. Turn the belt around and see if there are chunks of the ribs missing. You can crank the engine to expose sections of belt as you inspect. A few, small widely spaced chunks are okay, But if there are many and/or close together, replace the serpentine drive belt. Hairline cracks are normal, but if they go into the backing, or flat side, of the serpentine drive belt you will need to replace it. A good rule of thumb for serpentine drive belts is that if cracks are observed 3 mm (1/8 in) apart, all around the belt, the belt may be reaching the end of its serviceable life and should be considered a candidate for changing. Small cracks spaced at greater intervals should not be considered as indicative that the belt needs changing. However, the onset of cracking typically signals that the belt is only about halfway through its usable life. If you take a very close look at the belt routing, it passes over a pulley wheel that is part of the belt *tensioner*. This keeps the belt tight as it drives the various engine parts (water pump, power steering pump, a/c, etc). On the side of the tensioner are wear indicator markings - extremely hard to see - clean the area with a rag and a flashlight will help. My opinion is the serpentine belt is such a critical part (can you say dead - stranded on the side of the road?), I replace mine about 30-50,000 miles as a preventive measure. Some experts recommend a 30,000 or 60,000 replacement interval. Btw, a belt costs about $20-30 See "Related Questions" below for more Serpentine belts can run in price from $20 to $100 depending on the make and engine.
You will need to buy a special tool that allows you to release the tension. It is fairly cheap and you can buy one at your local auto parts store. The one I bought was called a "Serpentine belt tool kit" and cost around $25-$30. Hope this helps.
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Charge is minimum 30 minutes labor plus belt including retail markup of 100 percent. My belt was $25 at the parts store. So it was $50 parts, $45 labor, $8 shop supplies and $7 tax. Took 5 minutes.
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That's a trick question right? Answer, there is no fan belt, the Solara fan is electric. Ok, you were probably referring to the serpentine belt. I went to the Autoparts Warehouse website and looked up the belt for the 6 cylinder engine. The price is about $17 for two brands (on sale) up to about $30 for a brand name. Pricing should be about the same at your local auto parts store. Hint, when replacing the serpentine belt, make a diagram of the path of your original before removing it. That will save a lot of head scratching later as you try to figure out how to route the new belt. Cheers
The auto parts store will have a tool for rent/deposit that has a bar with a socket end. Really, all you will need is the bar. There will be a serpentine belt diagram buried under grime on the alternator mount. Use that as a guide for the new belt. The tensioner is the wheel in the middle, surrounded by the other wheels. After you figure out the belt position, stick the end of the bar against the tensioner wheel and position the far end on a purchase below it. You can now lever against the tensioner and slide the belt on. This should take 30 seconds. Good luck!
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it may have over heated if u heard any odd sounds while driving a belt could have snaped check all your ext belts atl and serpentine if it is not those it could be a timing belt