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How do you replace a serpentine belt on a 92 S10?


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2014-10-07 00:57:58
2014-10-07 00:57:58

Loosen the tensioner pulley. The serpentine belt will become loose and can be removed. Put the new serpentine belt on and tighten the tensioner pulley.


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Unhook the negative battery cable for safety. The belt tensioner needs to be rotated to release belt tension. Remove the old belt. Install the new belt in the same pulley directions that the old one went over. Release the tensioner. Reconnect the battery.

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If its in the same location as the 92 buick lesabre it takes about 5 min to replace. First disconnect the battery. i forget what socket size you need but loosen the serpentine belt at the tensioner pulley. i believe you need a 14mm socket or maybe a 12mm. but there are only 2 bolts holding it in place. take them out. disconnect the wires. (i think thats a 10mm socket.) connect the wires to the new one. set it in place, put the 2 bolts back in. put the serpentine belt back on connect the battery and jump it if its dead.

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