I gave this answer = (How do you replace the belt on a MTD 13A0772G055 v belt?( = which is the answer to the below answer. I want the routing diagram if possible.
Mtd is the worlds largest builder of lawn & garden equipment, they make many different types and designs, please post the actual model number and I will tell you step by step. This number is located underneath the seat will look something like 13as675h372, something similar. Post it and I will tell you exactly. 13bt604h452
You have to remove the ac belt first then the v belt. Once you get them off you need to replace the v belt and ensure it is tight enough. then the ac belt.
Honda specifies at 105,000 miles.
Belt, replace every 100,000 miles.Belt, replace every 100,000 miles.
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Sepentine-replace tensioner,v-belt, adjust accessory and tighten.
2002 CR-V does NOT have a belt. Starting with the '02 model year and after they are equipped with chains.
It has a timing belt that MUST be replace every 105,000 miles.
Either the belt is worn down, has some oil on it, or the belt is under-tensioned. If the V-Belt is glacy or cracked on the side wall, it is run down. Replace it. Else, If the belt is oily, figure out why, fix that problem, clean oil from pulleys, replace belt. Else the belt is undertensioned. If none of the above, then the belt may be the wrong dimension.
VX belt is cogged V-belt
Loosen the belt tensioner pulley and after removing the old belt replace it with the new belt making sure it is re-installed in the same manner as the old. (there should be a belt diagram somewhere in the under-hood area that shows this) After installing the new belt, re-tighten the belt tensioner pulley.
You might want to check the belt or the clutch if it is a GE. The V-belt is probably slipping on the pulley. If there is no tension spring or place to adjust the tension, try belt dressing or replace the belt.
That is a broad question. Which belt do you want to replace? The seat belt, or an engine belt? As an engine belt which engine belt? The Fan belt? The water pump belt? The Alternator belt? The powersteering belt? The air conditioning belt? The timing belt? Is it s V belt or a serpentine belt? For what year Malibu? For what engine size? You need to get specific to get a good answer. Once you have Year Make, model, and engine size; you need to decide which belt you want to replace. Once you have all of the above information you can call your local parts store and get a price on the belt. Next you need to figure out how much time it is going to take to replace that belt. If you go to a dealer or automotive repair shop: Cost = Time to replace x(Shop Hourly Rate) + Cost of part( Belt to be replaced) + tax (can't forget the government) IF you replace it yourself: Cost = Cost of Part (belt to be replaced)+ tax+blood sweat and tears
The belt MUST be changed every 90,000 miles. Warning: This is an interference engine. If the belt breaks engine damage will occur. Also the water pump is driven by the cam belt. To save on labor costs later on, replace the water pump when you replace the cam belt.
Its a belt used to transfer motion, where the cross sectional shape looks like a `V`.
There should be a belt tensioner pulley that is able to slide back and forth to tention the belt. Loosen that fully then take the belt off that will also be the same for the alternator if it is a V-belt Drive. if it is a serpentine belt the one belt will release the pressure from All the Pulley's.
Inspect it. When you see cracks or any frawing, replace it. Or you can just replace it every 100,000 miles.
You normally change it when it is worn. Cracked, frayed, these are good signs that you need to replace it before it snaps. Not sure how many miles you have but sometimes it is a good idea to replace the belt tensioner as well. Look on the back side of the serpentine belt (the side of the belt with the ribs). If any of the ribs are cracked the belt should be replaced. Take a look at the physical condition. If it is cracked on the inside (groove or V side) it needs to be replaced.
With Seat Belt Issues, don't chance it. If it's not working properly you are best off to just replace it. V-
The current factory recommended replacement mileage is 105,000 miles.