first you should release the belt tension pully and remove the belt. Then the idler pully has a bolt through the center remove the bolt and the pully should come off.
No need. Replace the original pully location with a remote pully. same size belt. nice look. keeps balance. simple r&r work.
Not hard to replace. Take intake tube off. Loosen the belt by rotation the tensioner Remove belt off pully Remove 3 bolts holding it on Take out & replace in reverse order Depending on the alt you may have to swap the alt pully
Draw a scetch of the belt path first first. Remove the 4 bolt pully that will not allow the removal of the belt. Install new belt and replace pully.
The water pump is located under the timing belt/ front pully cover you need to remove the front engine mount,all belts, crankshaft pully, then remove the cover ( its in two parts) and the camshaft /timing belt as it drives the water pump. Good time to also replace the belt. best to remove the front wheel to get at the crankshaft pully
I had this on a 90 3800 engine and used a bypass pully from auto zone for $40 bucks same size as the compresser pully but you have otpull the compresser out first and install it in the same three mounting holes using the same three bolts.
the water pump is located on the left side of the engine mid way down. remove the belt and then the pully. the pump is located behind of the pully. there is not much room and it is not easy to replace,
which pully do i remove tension to remove the alternator?
Remove belt pressure via the tensioning pully. Remove belt from alternator pully. Remove negative battery terminal. Disconnect wiring. Remove bolts. Remove altinator. Replace altinator. Reinstall bolts and connect wiring. Reinstall belt and negative terminal. It should take around 20 minutes.
How do I remove a pully from the drive shaft. The snap ring that holds pully on has been taken off.Itried a gear puller but it bends the pully.
You must remove battery(under seat) then remove battery box. Remove nut from drive pully and remove pully, this now gives you the slack in belts to remove.
AnswerCheck the crank pully bolt. If it has come loose you will have a leak.The crank pully bolt does not have anything to do with the crank shaft seal leak. Thebolt is independent of the seal. To replace seal remove crank shaft pully and you will have access to crank shaft seal, pull out & replace seal.
Replace tentioner pully on 2.8 multiport
You have to start by placeing a jack or jack stand under your oil pan to block up the motor because you need to remove the side motor mount, note: not the one on the front of the car. then you have to remove the belts from the alternator and the water pump/air conditioner, then remove the bottom pully. After all of this, start removeing the bolts that holds your timing belt cover on, this is where you will find your timing belt .
if you are facing the engine it will be on the left upperside of the crank pully, on a target wheel. is it hard to remove and replace
There is a tensioner pully between the AC pump and the drive pully on the crank. You need to lossen the bolt, (not remove)in the center of the pully then turn the bolt in at the top of the pully mount to give enough slack to install another belt. Reverse the process to tighten the belt. If you can not reach in to the center bolt of the pully you will have to remove the inner fender to get to it.
Remove the bolts in the front of the pully it's a tight spot a ratchet wrench works pretty good here.
It is located behind the large crankshaft/harmonic dampner or pully on the belt drive end of the engine. You have to find it, maybe clean the area of dirt and grease, then see if you have access to the mounting screw. If not you have to remove the pully.
do you mean the pully is frozen up ? replace it, the bearing in the pully is shot,
remove bottom pully then you will need special puller for the lt1if you are trying this you should get a book
This is a common problem on these vehicles. There is one pully keeping tension on the belt and another (opposite side) just going along for the ride. The most common culpret for the whining noise is the Idle pulley. It is cheap and easy to replace. 1) Take the belt of be releasing tension on the tension pully and slipping the belt off the alternator pully (no need to take belt completely off) 2) remove the center bolt on the pully and the pully will come right off 3) Bolt new pully on 4) Replace belt onto alternator pulley and make sure that it is riding correctly on all the other pulleys. 5) Release tentioner pully You are ready to go! Takes about 15 minutes. Now you can turn the radio down.
the clutch fan is easy to remove and replace. you will see it on the upper most pully(water pump). just four 10mm nuts to take off. however the pully likes to spin so i use a screwdriver to hold it still or you could tighten the belt so it wont spin, just remember to loosen the belt back to where it is supposed to be once you are done.
make sure you have a belt routing label attached to under side of hood.in the center of engine behind the fan there is a belt tentioner pully should be 15mm take a socket and braker bar turn the pully bolt to the right remove&replace belt very easy.
remove the bolt on the pully or use a pully remover depending on the style of pully and put new one on.