I'm assuming that you already have the serpentine belt off. its the smooth pulle, and bracket. located the pulley, and on either side there should be a bolt remove the bolts and pull off.
steer the wheel to the right. for a better veiew.look under the panel, locate the tensioner it has a screw in the middle. you probably need a wrench.
Put the new serpentine belt on to your 1992 Chevy Corsica pulleys. Push the tensioner pulley to the left to tighten the serpentine belt.
how do you install a serpentine belt on a 1996 corsica?
Loosen the tensioner pulley on your 1988 Chevrolet Corsica. When the tensioner pulley is loose the serpentine belt will easily come off. Put the new serpentine belt on and tighten the tensioner pulley.
You should not have removed the tensioner to install the belt. It has a pivot point that and can be moved in order to release the tension on the belt. Once you install the new belt, leave it off the tensioner until last, pivit it and install the belt oner the tensioner.
Remove the belt, then remove the bolt in the center of the spring tensioner with a 15mm wrench, install new one
Put the serpentine belt on to the pulleys of your 1994 Chevy engine. Tighten a serpentine belt with the tensioner pulley.
there is no repair for a belt tensioner. just buy a new tensioner. remove old belt, remove old tensioner, it is held on with one bolt. install new tensioner. install new belt
i assume you mean new belt you need to remove upper motor mount to remove belt and pull tensioner up to release tension
pull on your tensioner to remove pressure with a wrench remove belt and reverse
The belt tensioner on a 91 Corsica 2.2L with an aftermarket AC is replaced by loosening the retaining bolt and pushing the tensioner to the side. The belt can then be taken off, the tensioner removed, and a new one bolted into position.
Well, on my 91 you have to move the belt tensioner off the belt by placing a 14mm wrench on the nut and move the tensioner off the belt. Remove the belt, release tensioner. Re-install in reverse order. Hope that helps.
Turn the Tensioner bolt clockwise (to the right)and the tensioner itself will move causing slack in the belt.