using a socket and a breaker bar,engage the nut on the tensioner and rotate it against the pressure of its spring ,the belt will become slack and can be replaced ...follow diagram on sticker nearby for proper routing of belt. gere
DJ London: Going in from underneath is the best route for the tensioner removal
Pull on the belt and you can see how the tensioner moves. Put a wrench on the bolt.
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No the depth of the wheel will hit the front brake caliper. it will not be obvious until you go to move.
The alternator will move in and out to tighten the belt and the PS pump will do the same
You don't mention which engine but on my 90 3.3 I put a wrench on it and just move it. It's kinda hard.
the 3rd row seat has a level under it. the middle seat 9 out of 10 times it doesn't move at all.
Stuck brakes, broken axle shaft, failed transmission....
You can adjust the belt tensioner by loosening the tensioner bolt. When the tensioner bolt is loose the tensioner pulley can move back and fourth.
place a wrench on the bolt in the center of the tensioner and push if you feel nothing push the other way and you will see that the whole assy is spring loaded and will move to release tension on the belt
Most of them move some but if your belt is squeeling you probably need to replace the tensioner.
Slipping , slow to move, won't move, shudder, chatter, all are damaging to transmission.
Use a breaker bar or rachet to move tensioner out of the way
Depends on which engine. 3.0 v-6 has a serpentine belt. Move the tensioner with a wrench to get the belt off, then replace it. If a 2.5 eng., loosen the tensioner with 13 or 15 mm (can't remember which size), but back off the tensioner bolt. Then, you'll see the belt loosening. You may have to back off the bolt inside the tensioner as well. Re-tighten the same way.
no fluid or burnt clutches maybe front pump i would think clutches
Loosen the tensioner pulley. Put the belt around the alternator pulley and the tensioner pulley. Move the tensioner pulley to the right until the belt is tight. Tighten the tensioner pulley.
For a serpentine belt, disconnect the battery. Move the belt tensioner to the side, to loosen the belt. Remove the old belt, and replace with the new one going the same way over all of the pulleys. Release the tensioner, and reconnect the battery.
cant get the belt tensioner to move on a 2007 rav4
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.
On the 3.3L V6 motor the belt tensioner bolt needs to be loosened by turning it counter clockwise, you don't need to take it all the way out just loosen it up a bit. You will need two people to get the belt on. One person can get under the car and using a large 19mm box wrench push up on the front of the tensioner. You will notice that the belt goes slack when you do this. I have found it best to put the belt on everything except for the alternator. Then by putting slack on the belt have your helper move the belt onto the alternator. Just watch your fingers cause once you get that belt on it is tight.
The tensioner is automatic, no adjustment needed. If you threw the serpentine belt then look for a misaligned pulley or worn tensioner wheel. If you need to move the tensioner to get the belt back on then look for a square hole in the tensioner arm. Use a breaker bar with the appropriate sized square (probably 3/4") to move the arm to get the belt back on. probably tensioner is bad like a failed bearing
you need to remove or loosen belt tensioner assist bolt that is attached to the top of the alternator
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