You need a 17mm wrench. All you need to do is rotate the tensioner pulley near the alternator and slide the new belt on. It is quite simple. I have a 1994 jetta 2.0l which I have done lots of work on, too much to list.
About 20 minutes
The 2006 Volkswagen Jetta has 20 valves.
The 2009 Volkswagen Jetta has 20 valves.
The 2008 Volkswagen Jetta has 20 valves.
The 2010 Volkswagen Jetta has 20 valves.
The 2007 Volkswagen Jetta has 20 valves.
Yes, it is a interference engine. If your belt slips or breaks you will bend valves and smack your pistons
I own a 2004 Rav4 and it cost me approx $50 it only takes about 20min to install new belt. to save cost I bought the belt elsewhere(cheeper) and only had to pay the garage for the time to install(again only 20 min)
The 2011 Volkswagen Jetta-Sportwagen has 20 valves.
The 2013 Volkswagen Jetta-Sportwagen has 20 valves.
The 2012 Volkswagen Jetta-Sportwagen has 20 valves.
The 2014 Volkswagen Jetta-Sportwagen has 20 valves.
just the belt, should never cost more than 100 dollars. It is only a 10 or 20 dollar belt and the work to install it at most should take 30 minutes.
http://tech.bentleypublishers.com/servlet/JiveServlet/download/73-16156-142538-1636/Alternator%20drive%20belt,replacing%20(M62).pdf Here is a helpful link on the routing diagram. But it is called a drive belt instead of the s belt or serpentine belt.
20 pr 22 inch 20 pr 22 inch
20 city and 30 highways.
try and get 20 wins or more
Brandon Belt was born on 1988-04-20.
A little bit.
The 2007 VW Jetta air conditioning and heater fan fuse will be a 20 amp fuse. The fuse can be found inside of the fuse box.
16-20 wins to get the black belt, 5-6 wins till u beat the sensei
Remove belt pressure via the tensioning pully. Remove belt from alternator pully. Remove negative battery terminal. Disconnect wiring. Remove bolts. Remove altinator. Replace altinator. Reinstall bolts and connect wiring. Reinstall belt and negative terminal. It should take around 20 minutes.
Brandon Belt is 29 years old (birthdate April 20, 1988).
1. Make sure that when you purchase a new belt, they don't try to sell you the full size serpentine belt. 2. There is a diagram of the belt routing on your truck when you lift the hood. Follow that. 3. Unfortunately, you need to remove the serpentine belt to replace the air conditioning belt.... the belt routing for the serpentine belt is also shown on the diagram. 4. To remove the serpentine belt, get a ratchet set, and crank the "self tensioning" assembly to release tension on the serpentine belt, and remove the belt. 5. There is another "self tensioning" assembly for the air conditioning belt. Crank to place the new AC belt on and release. 6. Re-install the serpentine belt. This is an easy fix... it took me less than 20 minutes, I'm not a mechanic.