Loosen the tensioner pulley. When the tensioner pulley is loose the belt will come off. Put the new belt on and tighten the tensioner pulley.
How do you install an alternator belt on a 1986 GMC s15 pickup truck
It should be self adjusting, if it is slipping it could mean you need a new belt or a new belt tensioner.
Behind the belt tensioner. It has to 10mm screws holding it onto the intake
drive belt for what on this vehicle? do u mean serpentine belt,or fan belt,or timing belt?
If the truck doesnt have a tensioner than you must adjust the alternator
The belt tensioner, U need a regular size ratchet w/out a socket. Stick the ratchet in the square hole in the belt tensioner , have the ratchet set to lossen and push down. U will see the serpentine belt come free.
i brought my car to mechanic they install the serpentine belt # 950k6 is that the right belt
really hard. find the right wrench and turn like your the son of zues.
There is a spring loaded tensioner near the top of the belt. Insert a wrench (whatever fits the job) and pull/push against it. Remove the belt.
There is an automatic tensioner that keeps tension on the belt. THere should be a label in the engine compartment somewhere giving you a diagram of the path of the belt and showing where the tensioner is and which way it turns to loosen the tension. On the 1995 GMC Sierra that I just worked on, I loosened the nut on the front of the tensioner a little, then I used a big pipe wrench on the tensioner itself to rotate the tensioner assembly counterclockwise then removed the belt while still holding the tensioner, then gradually released the tensioner. From looking at it I guess there is a special tool you can use to do this, you might want to check with Advance Auto. or whoever your closest auto parts store is to see if they will loan you the tool.
There is a spring loaded belt tensioner with a pulley located below the alternator. You will need a 3/8 drive ratchet or breaker bar(breaker bar gives you more leverage). Insert the breaker bar into the square hole on tensioner and push down or counterclockwise and remove belt. If tensioner does not spring back spray it with lubricant and work it back and forth-they stick sometimes.