Either get a new belt, or take some sandpaper and lightly sand your pullies. Thank you for the advice. The recommendations have been printed out and will be provided to my mechanics at a future appointment. The recommendation worked and because I forgot to buy a new belt, I simply "roughed" it up a little bit with the same scouring pad and the squeaking has stopped.
The mechanics of football are simple. You need to turn the gears and make sure the bolts are tightened properly.
there is no serpentine belt on an '86. there is a v-belt and a timing belt. the v-belt is tightened by moving the alternator. the timing belt is tightened by rotating the inner core of the tensioner. the inner core is eccentricly mounted, i.e. if you rotate it, the tensioner moves. there is a serpentine belt alond with two independent belts.
A rubber belt that goes around all pulleys & has idlers as tensioners. On cars there are either v belts (belts shaped like a "v" that are tightened by moving accessories) or serpentine, which is usually one ribbed belt with idlers.
There is no idle vacuum line on P/S. I don't know how you tightened a serpentine belt when their is no provision for doing that. The tension is controlled by the idler tension pulley. If you are referring to a normal drive belt, then set the deflection at mid point of the belt to approximately 1/4". Check with Chrysler for the exact specs on deflection.
The tension on a 1988 Ford F150 can be loosened by adjusting the belt tensioner. The retaining bolt is loosened, the tensioner shifted slightly, and tightened down.
Powe stering belt (aka serpentine belt) is tightened with a belt tensioner. A new tensioner is needed if the belt is loose or a new belt
The serpentine belt you can look at the diagram in your engine compartment for actual routing. The tensioner mounts to the left side of the engine. You need to unbolt the whole assembly. Actually, the belt can be loosened by tightening the bolt of the tensioner pulley. When fully tightened, the pulley will act as a swivel.
google daewoo nubira fan belt & select "images", there you will see a diagram of how it goes.
The 1989 Toyota Corolla serpentine belt can be tightened or loosen with the tensioner pulley. Pry to the left on the tensioner pulley until the belt is tight. Tighten the tensioner pulley.
It is a tool mechanics use to separate the ball joint from the bracket or steering knuckle. The ball joint stud is tightened into a hole that is tapered (morse taper). Removing the nut will not separate it without force.
Alternator or serpentine belt (depending on what kind of car it is) is loose or frayed and should be tightened or replaced, most 2007's should have an automatic tensioner so it probably needs to be replaced.
Pain tightened is when your subdue from all the pain and suffering and therefore you remain quiet , so basically pain seduces you to remain as a victim of silence
Most likely it is a loose fan belt (commonly used on older vehicles, prior to the newer serpentine style belt). The fan belt can be tightened by loosening the alternator mounting bolts and adjusting the alternator tension on the belt.
It is torsion and tension while tightening, and pure tension when tightened
it depends... i know people that get them tightened monthly but other are like every 3-4 months
Yes it does. Most of the time, getting your braces tightened is painful yes although I don't remember it being quite as painful to get them tightened as it was when I got them put on initially.
get it tightened
Check the tention on the serpentine belt, it may need to be tightened or replaced if the rubber is cracked and dry rotted looking.
to what torque must the bolts on the head of a 2000 Hyundai accent be tightened?
Because when a light bulb is tightened the stuff inside squashes then snaps, causing it to blow.
double gasketed or over tightened oil filter, over tightened or stripped drain plug
If a violin string is tightened, the volume does not change, the note does. If you tighten a string, it gets higher, and if you loosen it, it gets lower.
Yes but, you will have trouble soon if the crankshaft bolt is not tightened properly and it could become very expensive.