Replacing the AC belt is probably one of the easiest things to do... Just simply losen the tensioner pulley and remove belt... Install new belt on all the pulleys then tighten the tensioner pulley. Its that easy.
The bolt holding the pulley to the tensioner arm is left hand thread. The nut holding the tensioner to the engine is right hand thread.
First, you make sure you have a diagram of the path of the belt! You can get it from a book, the inside of the hood or make one yourself. Then remove the belt. The nut you used to relieve the tension to remove the belt should remove the tensioner, itself. NOTICE! Some auto parts stores have TWO very similar tensioner pulleys! On my first try the cupped washer on the tensioner bolt rubbed against the radial support ribs on the pulley itself destroying not only the pulley but the belt, also! Be SURE that the new pulley turns freely when the bolt is fully tightened!
THERE IS A BELT TENSIONER BELOW AND JUST TO THE RIGHT OF THE FAN PULLEY. LOOSEN IT COMPLETELY, AND THE NEW BELT SHOULD FIT RIGHT ON. THEN TIGHTEN THE TENSIONER TO TIGHTEN THE BELT, AND YOUR DONE. GOOD LUCK, DANNY.
My daughter has an X2 1993 and it has a cam belt. All models from 1990 will have a cam belt but I'm not sure about the earlier X1 series prior to 1990. If you are replacing the belt, make sure you buy a cam belt kit with the new tensioner pulley assembly. I found this out the hard way when I pulled my daughters car apart to replace the belt. The pulley bearing was stuffed and also the tensioner spring gets weak over time.
find the tensioner pulley ( I think it is the one second from top towards rear of motor). take your 3/8" drive ratchet attach to pulley lift up and remove belt. diagram of belt order should be on the fan guard.
I will assume you are regarding the pulley for the power steering? If so to loosen it use a socket on the top of the pulley it should have a flat head style appearance.Loosen it clockwise and then the big nut on front of the pulley is a 7/8 inch combination wrench loosen it and the pulley should slide down to make the PS belt loose.This pulley is kind of weird but,by loosening the top bolt (metric) the bolt will come up as you take the tension off.Then YOU defenitely have to loosen the nut on the front of the pulley itself which alloys the pulley to move up or down.To adjust back with new belt on run the top bolt which is behind the pulley with the flat head cut in it run it down tight then tighten the nut on front of the pulley this locks the pulley in place so it will not move.Hope this helps.If this question is in reference to the tensioner for the timing belt resubmit your question.
Yes it does interchange. 1990-1993 Accords have the same camshaft pulley (or cog).
A bad pulley (sharp edge) A seized pulley A misaligned pulley
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Near the top of the belt there is a belt tensioner; it has a pulley attached to it. It is spring loaded and there is a provision to attach a breaker bar to force back the spring; once you do, it is easy to remove the serpentine belt.
First you've got to loosen the tensioner pulley bolt. Loosen both bolts as usual on the alternator and that should give you the slack to take it off. If its already off then to put on a new one.
The 1990 Toyota Camry timing marks can be found on the main pulley on the front of the engine. The timing marks will be scattered around the outside of the pulley.
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It is behind the very BOTTOM pulley on the front of the engine. The big pulley.
If the tensioner isn't tight enough it's probably the spring. You can purchase a serpentine belt tensioner to replace the one that has become weak.
Jimmy B. Bedford died in 1990.
Put a socket and ratchet on the tensioner belt pulley. Pull to the side, releasing the belt tension. Remove the belt and put the new one on, a helper will make this easier. Take the ratchet off to re-tension the belt.