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How do you check for proper serpentine belt tension on a 1994 Jeep Cherokee with air conditioning?
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How does a tensioner on a 91 Pontiac Grand Am work?
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How do you take the tension off the serpentine belt on 1998 Buick Park Avenue?
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How do you removereplace serpentine belt to 2005 dodge diesel cummins 2500 5.9L?
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What is a belt tension pulley?
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How do you adjust the Belt Tensioner on a 91 S-10 Blazer?
How do you tighten the serpentine belt on a 1991 Plymouth Voyager?
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How do you replace serpentine belt on 97 Plymouth Voyager?
3.3L and 3.8L Engines note: It is best to use serpentine belt tool kit. All of the belt driven accessories on the 3.3L and 3.8L engines are driven by a single serpentine belt. The belt tension is maintained by an automatic tensioner. # Raise the front of the vehicle and safely support it with jackstands. # Remove the right front splash shield. # Release tension by rotating the tensioner clockwise. # Remove the belt and install a replacement. # Proper belt tension is maintain by the dynamic tension. # Install the right front splash shield. Lower the front of the vehicle.
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What is a tension pulley on a Pontiac Sunfire 2.2 L Engine?
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How do you check the engine belt tension pulley?
There are a few different ways to adjust the drive belt or V-belt tension in a vehicle. The most popular used nowadays is a serpentine belt that connects to and activates every pulley in the engine. These serpentine belts require no tension adjustment as they incorporate an automatic belt tensioner. This type of tensioner has an internal pre-set spring and applies the correct amount of tension to the belt. Some older vehicles and some imports may use a combination of V-belts and serpentine belts in offset pulleys still controlled by the crankshaft pulley. Most often, there are belt tensioners on these vehicles that allow proper tension to be adjusted.
Asked in Serpentine Belts, Chevy Caprice Classic
How do you remove the tension on the tension pulley?
It's function is to keep the tension on your serpentine belt at the correct tightness. On most vehicles you will need to take the tension off in order to change the serpentine belt. On many vehicles this is accomplished by placing a socket and ratchet (usually 1/2 inch will be required) on the bolt on the end of the pulley. By using the ratchet you take the tension off enabling you to remove the belt. To place the new belt on just repeat the process enabling you to slip the new belt in to place on the pulley. For proper belt arrangement most vehicles have a diagram under the hood in the engine compartment.
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What would cause a Loud whining noise when starting engine 1997 Nissan Maxima?
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How can you tell your belts are loose on your car?
Asked in Jeep Cherokee Sport
How do you tighten the serpentine belt on a 1994 Jeep Cherokee with a 4-cylinder engine?
You can't tighten a serpentine belt. The auto tensioner keeps the proper tension on the belt. If the belt is loose, it has stretched and needs replacing or the tensioner spring is weak or broken and the tensioner needs replacing, or both. . . INCORRECT. . . On the earlier serpentine belts they were tightened much like the old V Belts. For the 1992-1995 Jeep Cherokee you need to loosen the front two "holding" bolts and the rear two or three "holding" bolts on the power steering pump. Then you loosen and or tighten the bolt that is under the powersteering pump, facing toward the outside of the motor. it is almost hidden on the L6 models. That is the way it is done on these vehicles.
What pully do you loosen to replace the serpentine belt on a 1993 Chevy Lumina?
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Why isn't water circulating to radiator in my 1985 Toyota 4wd pkup?
It could be that there isn't enough coolant/water in the system, that there is a leak or blockage somewhere, your water pump is jammed or broken, or that the pump belt (if not on a serpentine belt) is loose. If you do have a serpentine belt, check to see if it has proper tension and is looped around the pump pulley.