There's a tensioner (screw) located underneath the alternator. Loosen the alternator bracket screw, then feel underneath the alternator to locate the tensioner screw. It's several inches long.
That's about the most half assed answer ever. There is way more involved due to the fact that the alternator belt is on the the first pulley off the cam. You have to unhook the two belts in front of it to get it on. Then you have to put the a/c belt and timing belt back on.
How do I remove the front shock bottle pin of my Isuzu rodeo 2000
take the cap off and roll another rodeo under it
Where is my filter for my 97 ISUZU RODEO
How to remove the starter from a 1997 Isuzu Rodeo 4X4 automatic
The alternator either has to be a factory original or a used off of a parts Rodeo,otherwise the alternator will not run.
what type of transmission fluid used for a 97 Isuzu rodeo
On a 1997 Isuzu Rodeo, the oil filter is located on the bottom front of the motor beneath the fan.
There are 4 screws located under the rubber on the edges of the headlight. These have to be removed in order to get the headlight out.
In my 93 Isuzu Rodeo you have to add your transmission fluid buy poring it into the the transmission fluid dipstick.
how do you replace 1997 alternator belt
3; alternator, power steering, air conditioner... There is the timing belt also. It is behind some covers at the front of the engine.
on the right side of the engine
As per www.totalrecallinfo.com there are no recalls on this model.
Mine is located on the steering wheel . press the lower portion of the wheel . i have the 1997 holden rodeo .
No it is not, in 1996 Isuzu bumped the horsepower of their 3.2L V6 up to around 195 hp and 193 ft·lbf of torque for the 1996 and 1997 Rodeos continuing into 2004 in which Isuzu operated here in the states under GM dropped the Rodeo line
its on the crossmember on the right rear...near the canister.
Transmission fluid level: As you don
Couple inlet and outlet hoses together
front of engine behind harmonic balancer
lol! On my 1997 Rodeo (v6, 3.2l) it is in the back -- the manifold must be removed to access it. lol! On my 1997 Rodeo (v6, 3.2l) it is in the back -- the manifold must be removed to access it.
Loosen the tensioner bolt on your 1997 Kia alternator. Move the alternator to the left. The alternator belt will become loose and can be replaced.
on the passenger side of the engine about midway back