The pulley can easily be removed from the tensioner by loosening the bolt in the center. (the same one you use to loosen the tension to put the belt on.
put a socket wrench on the bolt (mine is 15mm) and loosen. once the bolt is removed the pulley will come right off.
tighten the bolt with the new pulley in place until the bolt pulls against the spring loaded tensioner. turning the bolt tighter will also loosen the tension to replace the belt. I found that threading the belt in place over the tensioner pulley first and then releasing the tension while I slide the belt onto the alternator pulley worked better because the wrench was in the way if I try to put the belt on the tension pulley last.
good luck getting it loose enough to get the belt on. two people would make the job a lot easier.
belt assembly for a 95 Plymouth voyager
bad tensioner, replace the belt tensioner/pulley. I had the same problem.
A Plymouth Voyager does not have a maf sensor.
how do you replace the camshaft position sensor on a 1997 plymouth voyager 3l
A 1993 Plymouth Voyager does not have a cabin filter.
You have to remove the belt first, this is easiest with a tensioner tool. Then the nut that holds it to the bracket is on the backside of the tensioner and needs to be done from the bottom.
In order to put in a new belt tensioner in a 1992 Plymouth voyage you must first release the belt from the stock tensioner and remove. Next install the new belt with the stanchions given.
i believe you will have to drop the tank and the PUMP-SENDING UNIT-and FILTER are an assembly in the top of the gas tank.........
Check out the related link for instructions on how to change the fuel filter in a 1999 Plymouth Voyager.
Has anyone ever really been far even as decided to use the belt tensioner on 93 plymouth ranger even go want to do look more like?
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
take it in
You cannot tighten the belt. It has a tensioner that holds the proper tension. If the belt is loose then either the belt is worn out or the tensioner has failed.
The belt is self adjusted by way of a tensioner.
Need to know which engine you have.
1st; buy a new thermostat
No. Counter clockwise to loosen.
I had this problem in my 92 Plymouth Voyager. You need to replace the tension pulley. They get old and become out of alignment.
If its like a 96 you remove the windshield wiper motor and assembly
There is no adjustment. If it does not provide the correct tension it needs to be replaced. It is cheap and easy to do yourself from underneath.
The 1987 Plymouth Voyager weighs in at about 3,305 pounds. The 1987 Plymouth Grand Voyager weighs right around 3,531 pounds.
A 1996 Plymouth Voyager does not have a cabin filter.
It is just below the Master Cylinder and the Power Booster assembly.
The regulator is part of the fuel pump assembly located in the fuel tank.
Its located on the side of the transmission, real simple to replace.