Don't know what year you have but try this:The tensioner is located above the alternator. If you have an 8mm Allen wrench, use it to turn the tensioner arm clockwise with one hand, and remove the drive belt with the other. If you don't have the Allen wrench, use any 15mm wrench instead at the tensioner pulley nut to achieve the same.
What about this tensioner? How do you remove it, or how do you releave the tension so you can replace the belt?
How do you put on a serpentine belt on a 2002 Isuzu axiom
The serpentine belt pattern for a 1998 3.5L Isuzu Trooper can be obtained from the car manufacturer upon inquiry. Isuzu is responsible for this information.
how do you change the serpentine belt on a 2001 Rodeo
When changing the serpentine belt it is important to have a diagram. The diagram of the serpentine belt of a 2001 Isuzu Rodeo 6-cylinder can be found in its manual or a print out can be obtained at an auto part store.
We think so.
Look for a sticker by the radiatior, or under the hood.
pretty easily. 1st draw a picture of how the old one goes on. Next find the spring loaded tension pulley and put a big wrench on it and lean. Your weight will compress to spring and the tension will come off the belt. It helps to have a second pair of hands. When the tension is off have the second pair of hands remove the old belt. weave the new belt through the pulleys and compress the tension pulley and your done.
Check the serpentine belt. If it's loose it will make a terrible noise.
Head stud tension on Isuzu G200 Phase 1. 29ft/lbs or 39 newton meter Phase 2. 54ft/lbs or 73 newton meter Phase 3. 72ft/lbs or 98 newton meter
The Isuzu Trooper has a diagram for how to route the serpentine belt under the hood. The diagram is located on top of the fan shroud on the left side of the hood locking latch.
alternate source for informationi do not know how to do it myself. but for almost anything related to an Isuzu vehicross look on the website www.vehicross.info there are hundreds of vehicross owners who have seen/done just about anything you can think of
How to release spare on 2003 rodeo
on the power steering pump bracket on the side closest to the battery look for a 1/2" square hole (incidently use this with a 1/2'" drive socket wrench to leverage belt tension after you put on the new belt when you get there) just below this square hole is the tension bolt for the power steering belt adjustment
how to get a 2001 isuzu trooper hood open if release cable is broken
Its in the engine compartment ( but sometimes not ), the owners manual, in the haynes or chiltons manual, or online at autozone.com
The 2000 Isuzu Trooper OBD 2 port is behind unmarked panel over hood release
Call Isuzu Owner Support at 1-800-255-6727 and ask for Finance Dept. They have lien information for the previous Isuzu finance company.
This is for a 1999 v6 http://www.2carpros.com/forum/1999-isuzu-rodeo-question-serpentine-belt-replacement-vt81705.html
No, the one for a vehicle "with AC" is longer because of the extra pulley (compressor) the belt has to travel around.
No. The timing belt is under the timing belt cover and drives the water pump, oil pump, and cams from the crankshaft and is necessary for operation of the engine. The serpentine belt is on the outside and drives the alternator, power steering, and air conditioner.
Firstly what was the need to do that and secondly if its overheating the ask some one who is more knowledgeable about it and never try changing the parts of any vehicle if it not the original part then it can damage the system
that is going to depend greatly on the engine that is in the truck. Most times a wrench put on the tensioner pulley and turned clockwise will take the pressure off the belt so you can remove the old one, put the new one on the same way and release the tension.
Isuzu NPR is bigger then Isuzu NKR, they are more expensive.