If you take the bottom bolts out of the alternator its will shift about an inch which should give you enough space to take the belt off. Then put the new belt on and have a friend pull the alternator so the holes line up and put the bolts back in. You can also loosen the automatic belt tensioner which will also give you more "play" to remove and install the new belt.
First step is to loosen the tensioner. Loosen the center 17mm bolt first, and then loosen the tensioner adjuster, but be aware that these threads are backwards. This will loosen the belt enough to get it off.
Then, put the new belt on. But if the tensioner is old, be prepared to purchase a new one if you can't get it tightened to the mark on the tensioner. These tensioners get old and lose their springiness inside, and the only visible difference will be the position of the center part. It will be pointing in a different direction. Change the pulley at the same time, as these bearings don't last forever.
Make sure you have the two special tools required to remove the fan. The job will be much easier with the fan removed. One you can make from a stiff wire, and this holds the fan in place with the pulley via two holes that align. The other tool is a very short Allen socket which fits into the center of the fan.
For a 190E 1984 Model, it is about 60Litres, this is 13 Gallons(UK) or 16 Gallons(US). For a 190E 1993 Model it should be the same +/- 5Litres.
If it's serpentine, you have spring loaded idlers, you just pry. If not, loosen bolt on one of the accessory brackets with an adjustment slot (like alternator), then can move inboard.
Loosen the tensioning pulley and install new belt. There should be a routing diagram in engine compartment or on hood.
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Where and how do you change the fuse for the dash bord lighting sytem in the 1993 190e 2.3l
Where can i find a serpentine belt diagram for a 1993 s-10 chevrolet blaze?
behind the engine
my 1993 190E 2.3 is doing the same thing. just replace the switches...they tend to not last
diagram for serpentine belt on 1996 Pontiac Bonneville se
You will first need to loosen the serpentine belt in order to remove it from the drive pulley. After that, it is bolted to the engine in 2 locations, which should be rather obvious, then remove electrical connections.
Looks like you have to loosen the tension on the serpentine belt first. Only one bolt is not easily accessed. If you don't loosen the belt, you have to hold the belt out the way (with tension on it) and try to get the bolt in and hold the housing up at the same time (good luck with that unless you have three hands), it can be done though. I am not much of a mechanic and it took me about 1.5 hours with the serpentine belt in place.
Typically, there is one pulley that is mounted on a spring arm to maintain proper belt tension. Just turn the bolt on the idler pulley and the tensioner will release.
There should be a place on the tensioner to insert a ratchet wrench or breaker bar without a socket or a "nut" for a socket to fit. Turn the tensioner clockwise or counterclockwise to loosen the tension (some tensioners rotate clockwise and some counterclockwise) and remove the old serpentine belt - NOTE: be sure and note how the belt is routed so you can install the new one in the same routing.
Yes, you need to move, loosen other parts that block the area of removal of the radiator. Bummer huh?
Easy, take a 1/2" drive breaker bar and insert it into the square 1/2" slot on the back of the alternator bracket and pull. This will loosen the tension on the belt which can then be removed.
Should be a 16 gal. I have a 1993 190e, and it has a 16 gal tank. By the way, there should be a sticker on the side of your filling door that says how big the tank is.
The car company that produced the 190E model is Mercedes-Benz. This model was produced by Mercedes-Benz from 1982 through 1988 and again from 1991 through 1993.
if a serpentine belt is loose, it needs replacing. there is an automatic tension pulley on all serpentine belts. so just buy a new belt and install
A/C Condenser is on the serpentine route.
You've got to loosen the rear power steering pump mounting bolts (13mm box wrench or socket), loosen the pump upper pivot bolt, lower locknut and the pump adjusting bolt (13mm also). Once the pump has been loosened, you can then remove the belt.
Answer Check the window switches.
If it is the same 3800 engine as the 1993 Lesabre--very simple. Alternator is right on top of the engine. Loosen the serpentine belt ( tensioner) - remove the mounting bolts that hold the alternator on the bracket- remove the wire connections.
By this I assume you mean the amount of oil that will fill the engine to the maximum oil guage level when the engine is empty. For the 190E 2.6 it is between 6 and 7 lts (1.5gallons)
Which belt? Timing or Serpentine? Serpentine is easy. Turn tension pulley with a breaker bar and pull belt off.