Remove the wiring harness from the back of your 1989 Toyota alternator. Remove the alternator retaining bolts. Remove the alternator belt. Reverse the process to install the new alternator.
What belt? Drive belt is easy, just loose the 3 bolts on the alternator, pry the alternator forward, put the new belt on, pry the alternator back, and tighten the bolts. Power steering belt is much more difficult.
go see a mechanic
As far as I know, there is no filter for the power steering unit.
You have to remove the power steering belt and the AC belt to remove the alternator belt.
the alternator belt is the one all the way in the back. You have to loosen the power steering pump, A/C idler pulley, and then loosen the alternator.
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which one the power steering,alternator,crank or a/c,crank?
First you back off the stud at the top of the alternator, than at the back of the alternator there is an adjuster tensioner bolt has to be loosened, then you need to loosen the power steering pump (3 bolts), then remove power steering belt, then remove alternator belt, then to install new belt do the same except in reverse order.... (found out the hard way.)
There isn't an alternator fuse. The alternator is the power source - it's not fed from another power source. That wire which goes to the positive terminal of the battery is there to transfer electrical power to the battery, not from it.
loosen tensioner bolt for alternator, remove belt, unplug all electrical connections.. remove bolt in rear of alternator should be able to pull it out after that, instalation is the reverse this is assumeing you have a 5sfe engine
The power steering unit and the alternator are both driven by the serpentine belt. Loosen the tensioner pulley and the serpentine belt will become loose. Put the new serpentine belt on and tighten the tensioner pulley.
Not a serpentine on mine. Mine is the 2.0L and it has 2 multi-groove belts. One for aircon/power steering other for alternator. Not a serpentine on mine. Mine is the 2.0L and it has 2 multi-groove belts. One for aircon/power steering other for alternator.
your choice if you wanted to but not needed,
Yes. You'll need to swap out the steering box and rack and pinion, which means disasembling the steering linkage. Unless you have the proper tools, you wont be able to get everything apart.
i need to change my alternator belt and don't know where the tension wheel is so i can take off the other belt to replace the alternator belt on my 94 Mazda protege 1.6l
The power steering is driven by the serpentine belt which must be changed by releasing the tensioner, located below the alternator. The only other belt is for the A/C compressor.
loosen the power steering pump pull that belt loosen the alt and remove belt and replace
There isn't a timing belt on this vehicle, it only has a serpentine belt for alternator, power steering, ect.
There is no recommended mileage interval for this procedure. When that compoonent starts showing signs of failure - replace it.
It can run between $200 and $300 for a person to replace a Toyota 4 runner power steering pump. It could be cheaper if a person gets the part at a junk yard and makes the change on their own.
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