check on your fan shroud there should be a diagram on there for serpentine belt, etc. Clean your shroud off as it may be dirty or oily and you may not see it immediately.
How do you change a serpentine belt on 2006 Envoy
If the truck doesnt have a tensioner than you must adjust the alternator
i brought my car to mechanic they install the serpentine belt # 950k6 is that the right belt
The 1989 GMC G-Series Vandura takes 16" replacement windshield wiper blades on both sides front.
i need a diagram for serpentine belt for 1990 gmc 350
drive belt for what on this vehicle? do u mean serpentine belt,or fan belt,or timing belt?
I don't know too.
check coolant temp sensor
I just drove from Ohio to Arizona with a 1989 GMC 2500 and averaged 15.5 mpg.
like drivebelts? Just one serpentine belt.
It does not take freon. The 1995 GMC Vandura uses the new R134a.
The diagram is under the hood. Pull tentioner to release tention remove belt/ replace
There should be a decal under the hood soemwhere
Check the belt wiring diagram on the top of your radiator.
It is important to have properly installed belts in a car. The diagrams for installing a belt for this car are found in the owners manual and the maintenance manual.
Take the old one off put the new one on
No, the GMC Vandura is a van. If you have the Starcraft conversion, the van is technically considered a station wagon for insurance purposes (much cheaper).
its a relay in the tranny if you drop the trany pan you can see them
On my 1989, it is the round silver module in the fuse panel under the dash on the drivers side
right under the almost impossible to get to alternator......
The ECM on the Vandura 2500 is under the Driver's seat.
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.
Evacuate the refrigerate, remove the belt, disconnect the AC lines with fuel line separators, unbolt the compressor.
Simply purchase the belt for a non air conditioned version of your vehicle and route the belt the same as the old one excluding the compressor