on the tensioner by the front pulley there is a square looking part that can be pushed up or down by using a 3/4 or 7/8 wrench
If it's like my 93 S10 Blazer, then you use a wrench or 3/8 ratchet fitting to release the tensioner.
If it has a serpentine belt it should have an automatic belt tensioner If it doesn't have a serpentine belt then alternator should be the adjustment/pivot point
If your belt is mounted on the passenger side of the engine, attach a socket and breaker bar to the tensioner pulley bolt and pull the breaker bar towards the front of the vehicle to relieve tension and remove the belt.
There is a idle pully that you put a socket and rachet on and rotate it so that it takes the tension off the belt.
You don't, they have a tension pulley that does that automatically. If the belt is too loose, the pulley most likely has to be replaced. Thecommi ::: The serpentine belt is held by tention with a automatic belt tensioner. If the serpentine belt is loose, you will most likely have to replace the entire belt tensioner assembly. the assembly comes with a new pully.
The serpentine belt can be removed by using a rachet/socket and turning the spring loaded tension pulley clockwise. Reverse the order to install the new one. (The pulley should be somewhere in the top/middle section of the drive area.
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how to install serpentine belt on a 2009 dodge journey 3.5 liter v6
A 1993 Chevy Corsica can only reach 111 MPH before the factory governor will be applied....this is with the 2.2 Liter engine
You can tighten the serpentine belt on your 2005 Chrysler 300 by tightening the tensioner pulley. Push the tensioner pulley to the right until the serpentine belt is tight.
Its the cylinder closest to the serpentine belts
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Serpentine belt diagrams for the 1994 Ford Escort 1.9 liter can be found on AutoZone under the Repair Help section. It also gives step-by-step instructions on how to change the belt.
The Chevrolet Corsica 3.1 liter engine crank sensor can be found on the back of the engine. You will need to remove the rear engine cover in order to access the crank sensor.
Loosen the tensioner pulley on your Monte Carlo 3.1 liter engine. Slide the tensioner pulley to the right. The serpentine belt can be removed. Put the new serpentine belt on and slide the tensioner pulley to the left.
On my '97 4.0 liter, it's a pulley below the power steering pump, to the right of the water pump as you look into the engine compartment. On my 92 2.5 L the power steering pump position is adjustable to tension the belt.
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the 3.1 liter v6 and the 4 cylinder both have sepentine belts
I let Jiffy lube do it. It only costs about $15 to learn that they had to use a little effort and it took two people with 4 hands. 2 to hold, 2 to change. There should be a bolt on the tension pulley. You would move it in the opposite direction of the tension. Watch were you use for leverage!
First put a floor jack under the engine and raise it just high enough to support the engine, do not raise the car. Secondly, remove the moter mount on the left side of the car. Using a serpentine tool or a small drive breaker bar (not sure on the drive size, I used a serpentine tool that costed around $9 at a discount tool store) move the tension pulley to release tension on the belt. Slide the belt off and out, you may have to wrestle with it a bit to get it thru the small opening where you removed the engine mount. Reverse the steps to install the new belt.
Serpentine Belt 4.2L - 87.2" - 6 Rib - 1981-1986 - Jeep CJ5, CJ7, CJ8, & SJ
Yes, I need a diagram of the serpentine belt for a 1997 3.8 liter Bonneville SE without a turbo charger.
It depends on the size of the drops which, in turn, depends on the surface tension of the liquid.
The belt is self adjusted by way of a tensioner.
The Chevrolet 3.1 liter V6 does not have a timing belt. It has a timing chain.