both 4 or 6 cyl should be the same procedure. 4cyl: Belt tension is adjusted at the Power Steering pump. Located there are two bolt, one for adjustment and one for pivoting. Loosen both, move the p/s pump toward the engine to loosen off, then it will slide off the other pullys. ensure replacement belt is orientated correctly or bad things will happen. clockwise over the top of the AC pully, clockwise over the top of the P/S pully, clockwise UNDERNEATH the crank shaft vibration damper (the bottom-most pully) anti clockwise from bottom to top of water pump pully, clockwise underneath the alternator pully finishing back at the A/C. 6cyl: again clockwise over the A/C, under the idler, over the top of the P/S and back under (still clockwise) to the water pump pully (which goes over ANTI clockwise) back CW UNDER the crankshaft vibration dampner, anti CW back over the top of the water pump pully, under the alternator and back to A/C. Use a prybar to adust tension and to hold in position while tightening. Be careful to not damage any other parts while using leverage. A "belt tension guage" can be purchased to gain accurate tension level. 23.04.06 - I have just had cause to change the belt on a 93 limited I6 and was a tad nonplussed. Off the front of the water pump is a spring mounded tensioner. Whack a 15mm spanner on the head, heave toward the engine and the belt slid right off. Putting it back on caused some skin loss and lots of foul language, but once i'd thought about it a bit, the reverse was very easy. You will need something (i used a drive extension) to slip the belt on the last pully, dont try to use your fingers like i did. The spanner slipped with my fingers between the last pully and the tensioner, causeing the tensioner to spring back up and i didnt quite move quick enough..... I hope this has been of some help.
paste this link and it will give you instructions to how to replace belt... http://www.wjjeeps.com/serpentine.htm How do I replace a serpentine belt on a 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee? Give detailed directions on the belt remove and installation of a new belt.
they make a serpentine belt tool that you can get at just about any autoparts store to help you remove it.
Every 35-45k miles to be safe.
The Jeep Grand Cherokee did not exist until 1993.
You can obtain a serpentine belt diagram have most Chrysler/Jeep dealerships. The serpentine belt diagram can also be found at most auto-parts stores.
A/C Condenser is on the serpentine route.
about every 60,000 miles. check it for cracks and stains. if its bad replace it.
Ajustment bolt is located at the bottom of power steering pump.
The serpentine belt goes around all of your pullies in the front of your motor, behind the radiator.
The diagram for replacing a serpentine belt for the 1991 Jeep Cherokee Laredo is located on the front of the vehicle inside the engine compartment. You can also find this diagram in the Chilton's manual for this vehicle.
In the belt book at most autoparts stores have a diagram section for serpentine belt routing.
The alternator is driven by a drive belt or a serpentine belt. Follow the route of the belt and you will find the alternator.
Not one penny. The 1996 Jeep Cherokee does not have a timing belt. It has a timing chain.
Aproox 1/4 in side to side movement.
Isn't it on the fan shroud?
4.0 Engine belt routing and tensioner release location
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.
right across the fan above the serpentine belt
The water pump is powered by either a drive belt or serpentine belt. Follow the belt and you will locate the pump.
Any parts store will have the answer for you.
180 to 200lbs
Antifreeze? Water pump?
There is a 15mm. bolt (long bolt) that adjusts the tension of the serpentine belt. It is in the area of the power steering pump, just left and down. Either draw a map, or look on the front of the engine compartment to see how the belt is routed around the pulleys.