That depends on the engine and what belt (timing or accessory).
Which belt(s)? accessory belt? the timing belt accessory belt
he serpentine, or accessory belt.
SHOULD BE THE BELT DRIVEN ACCESSORY DIRECTLY ABOVE THE CRANKSHAFT (LOWEST BELT DRIVEN ACCESSORY ON ENGINE)
No, an accessory belt is not considered a serpentine belt. However, a serpentine belt is considered a specific type of accessory belt.
The tension belt for a 1991 Honda Civic and located on the driver side of the engine. The pulley is right above the compressor.
Accessory drive belt.Accessory drive belt.
They are generally driven off of the engine accessory belt.
Depending on how many miles are on your vehicle. If you have 35k or more you need to replace your serpentine belt or all of your accessory belts. And if you have 89k or more you need to replace your serpentine or accessory belts and your timing belt.
Pry up on the tensioner and remove the belt. Then replace itusing the schematic on the fan shroud. If there isn't one, draw one before removing the belt. You have to put the transmission and motor on blocks and remove the motor mount to get the belt off and then slide a new one on.
Sepentine-replace tensioner,v-belt, adjust accessory and tighten.
Your cars engine accessory belt drives the AC compressor.
It is mounted to the front of the engine and driven off the accessory belt.
It could be but the accessory belt could also be a v-belt type belt.
It has a timing belt, and the water pump is driven by the same belt. Replace the water pump at the same time you replace the belt. This is an interference engine and as such if the belt breaks serious engine damage will occur. Replace the belt and pump at 102,000 miles.
If it had a timing belt, you would replace it at 90,000 miles. But this engine has a timing chain and does not have a belt.
This engine is chain driven and has no timing belt.
Your 2001 Honda Civic has a timing belt. Your engine is an interference engine and as such if the cam belt breaks serious engine damage will occur. Replace the belt at 110,000 miles and also replace the water pump which is driven by the belt.
Your "Owner's Manual" recommend to ISNPECT the Engine Accessory Drive Belt at every 150,000 miles (see page 6-9). To be safe, do it at every oil change. Replace if necessary.....
Not sure what you mean. If you mean the serpentine accessory belt on the engine you fasten a 3/8 inch ratchet on the tensioner and pull it towards the front to release the tension then you can take it off the pulleys.
The 2000 General Motors/Cadillac Deville came equipped in the 4.6L Northstar engine. Removing the main belt will require depressing the tensioner to free it. The new belt can then be routed across the accessory drive pulleys. The OE AC Delco belts for this application are 6K815 and 3K243.
It has a timing belt. Replace at 60,000 miles. Warning: This is an interference engine. If the belt breaks serious engine damage will occur.
The belt will wear out. If the engine is an Interference engine and the belt breaks you will have serious engine damage. if it is not an interference engine you will be stranded on the road and will pay a towing fee. Replace the belt as listed in the owner's manual.
It is a timing chain, and no, you can replace it in the car.