There is only one serpentine belt and it has an automatic tensioner. It doesn't need to be "adjusted"
the nova never had a serpentine belt in 1976, it had 2 belts on it unless it had air conditioning and then it had 3 belts.
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.
usually serpentine belts get their tension(tightness) from the belt tensioner
There isn't one.
Serpentine belts for cars may be purchased from auto parts stores like Auto Zone, while serpentine belts for vacuum cleaners may be found at stores like Bed Bath & Beyond. Businesses that service vehicles, such as Express Lube and Chicagoland Jiffy Lube, may also replace old serpentine belts.
Take off the belts then the hoses then the belts holding it on.
should have 1 big belt called a serpentine belt.
any seat belts from an 1981 through1987 Chevy truck or 1981 through 1989 blazer or suburban
Loosen the tightner pulley then slide it off. Then do the loosen the pulley and put the new one on. Same way to replace all serpitine belts
It does not have a timing belt, Chevy did not use timing belts in there truck engines.
the 3.1 liter v6 and the 4 cylinder both have sepentine belts
There are "v" belts, "serpentine" belts and "timing" belts.
you are looking around $150 bucks for a better belts.
What kinda model, make? I just had to replace all my belts, serpentine and all... It was a pain, because my water pump went out and broke all the belts. -Jajo ;)
These belts are not repairable. When worn, replace with a new one.
Serpentine belts labels are being remove from cars and trucks by quick oil change company's. Like Jiffy lube
There should only be one serpentine belt on this model and year car.
Just a serpentine belt. May have to remove a motor mount in order to change it, that varies by the year.
Yes, there are "v" belts, "serpentine" belts and "timing" belts.
what engine size? 2.0 soc does not have serpentine belts,has 2 serpentine timng belts. need engine size to help more.
It has 2 serpentine belts.
I've got a better question, why is this question in the Chevy venture forum ? they have completely different engines and belts
First you take the old belt off, and then you put the new belt on!!
If it has antifreeze on it you may have to replace it. I have shot some WD40 on MANY serp belts and had good luck. This will NOT hurt the belt regardless of what many 'experts' may say. Over the years I've had similar problems, both with conventional "v" belts and serpentine belts. In the "old days," rubbing "bar" soap on the belt[s] would do the job. Do NOT ATTEMPT to do this with the engine running. Be certain the engine is OFF, and I suggest, ALSO COOL to eleminate the potential for burns to hands or arms. I don't know exactly how it works, but I suspect that the soap acts as a lubricant. Also, I have had success by removing and reinstalling the serpentine belt, "reversing" it so that it travels in the opposite direction. As indicated in answer 1, WD-40 also has worked for me.j3h.