I will presume that your vehicle has air conditioning. There is a spring loaded belt tensioner that needs to be 'relaxed'. You will need a 15mm socket with a ratchet, and a short length (12-18")of pipe that can fit over the ratchet handle (allows for more leverage). The tensioner is located ( as you stand facing the engine from the passenger side fender), to the left of the water pump and above and to the right of the crankshaft. Position the belt around all the other pulleys and idlers first (sites such as Dayco have belt routing diagrams). Place your ratchet on the 15mm nut in the centre of the tensioner pulley, and pull your lever(pipe) towards the front of the van (clockwise). This will rotate the tensioner downwards, allowing you to slide the belt onto the pulley. Note- when placing your ratchet onto the nut, you must put it 'through' the belt first, otherwise when you rotate the tensioner you will not be able to slide the belt into position because your ratchet will interfere.
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When I changed mine, it made it much easier to leave the belt off of the alternator, but on the pulley itself. This way you don't have to worry about looping the wrench you are trying to use, and once you release tension enough you can put the belt over the alternator.
This is honestly a very easy belt to replace. I myself have had to put my belt back of multiple times over the last 6 months because for some reason it keeps falling off. But I've done it so many times now that i don't even need to look at the belt diagram anymore and you only need 3 tools. A breaker bar a size 14mm ratchet head and i use a flat head screw driver to take off the radiator hose that runs from the radiator to the engine that way you have plenty of room for your hands while putting the belt on.
belt assembly for a 95 Plymouth voyager
A Plymouth Voyager does not have a maf sensor.
how do you replace the camshaft position sensor on a 1997 plymouth voyager 3l
I have not received an answer to my question, "How do you replace a heater core in a 1995 Plymouth Voyager SE? When can I expect an answer? Thank you!!! nellkat60
A 1993 Plymouth Voyager does not have a cabin filter.
Check out the related link for instructions on how to change the fuel filter in a 1999 Plymouth Voyager.
take it in
Need to know which engine you have.
1st; buy a new thermostat
The panel is broken. Replace it
Its located on the side of the transmission, real simple to replace.
is there a way to fix or replace just the rubber in the mount
it will be around $400 plus parts
Remove the wiring harness from your 1992 Plymouth Grand Voyager alternator. Remove the alternator belt. Remove the alternator retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install your new alternator.
You should be able to get at the mounts from the inside of the rear fender
Not an easy job. Get a manual on your car from AUTOBOOKSONLINE.COM.
This is not an easy job. Get a manual on your car and it will help on the next repair.
Try to replace cabin filter of vehicle.
replace the rubber o rings u may have to replace the injector if its leaking fuel through it
This procedure is done exactly the same as you would change a monaural antenna.
take off the old one and put on the new one
should be right above the catalytic converter, on the exhaust manifold
Yes it can run but will overheat very quickly. If the pump is bad you will have to replace it.
Look for a breaker in power distribution box under hood
About 2, you can remove by sliding towards the gas pedal.