If it's like my 93 S10 Blazer, then you use a wrench or 3/8 ratchet fitting to release the tensioner.
180 to 200lbs
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.
i need diagrama for serpentine belt for 2000 aurora
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.
how to install serpentine belt on a 2009 dodge journey 3.5 liter v6
Its the cylinder closest to the serpentine belts
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