How do you remove the belt for a 91 firebird?
Serpetine not timing. Locate the belt tensioner. Place a 1/2" pull handle in the square hole of the tensioner. Pull so that the tensioner rotates counter clockwise. This should remove the tension and allow for the belt to be removed(may need an extra set of hands).
Where is the climate control blower motor on a '91 Pontiac Firebird 3.1 liter and how do you gain access to it?
Not sure if the 92 is the same as the 91, but on the 91 you need to loosen the adjusting idler on the alternator on top and the a/c idler from the bottom. remove the a/c belt & install the alt. belt, make sure your route is correct between the two guide as the belt goes up to the idler... hope that helps.
Hello, I have a 1997 Firebird V-6. It is right on top. Just remove the serpentine belt from the alternator, unplug the electrical connection on the back of the alternator, remove the mounting bolts and install the new alternator. I have not replaced one in my bird yet, but I checked the Hanes manual and it is the same. I am not a professional mechanic, but I have replaced a few in my lifetime. Good…
i removed the air injection pump on my 91 305 tbi firebird, and i felt a difference in power and acceleration, as for how much performance that i do not know. the only hard part about removing it is trying to find the right size belt or in my case i had to reroute the belt and actually get a larger belt, but all the work was worth it.
First, take off the fan shroud then the fan clutch then the water pump. Reverse to reinstall. Wrong, Most 91 and 92 firebirds run electric fans, Where would the clutch fan be then? First remove the negative lead on the battery terminal Make sure the engine has cooled remove the radiator cap and drain it remove the air intake tube loosen the four bolts which hold the pulley to the pump remove the serpentine belt…
It is almost a sure thing that you have internal engine damage. This engine is an interference engine and when the belt breaks the pistons will make contact with the valves. You will have to remove the head and find out how much damage was done. The cam belt should have been replaced every 90,000 miles.
Purchase a new alternator and you will see what bolts you will need to remove. Disconnect the Negative Battery cable before starting any work on replacing the alternator. Remove the serpentine belt -- that's that belt going accross the alternator, I think using a 15mm wrench on the tensioner will let you pull it back enough to get the belt off so you will be able to remove the alternator. remove the quick connect connector…
If you are referring to the Serpentine belt, you loosen no pulley. You simply remove tension from the belt. The tension is applied by the Idler Pulley. Pry the idler back and remove the belt. If you are referring to the Serpentine belt, you loosen no pulley. You simply remove tension from the belt. The tension is applied by the Idler Pulley. Pry the idler back and remove the belt.