The pulley you are referring to is the Power Steering pump pulley and yes you need to unattached the power steering pump from the engine. This is done by removing two bolts behind the pulley. There are three large holes in the power steering pulley and these holes will allow you to gain access to the two power steering bolts. One bolt is located at the top right of the power steering pump and the second bolt is located at the bottom left. Once these bolts are removed the power steering pump will drop down and pivot towards the firewall. DO NOT DISCONNECT THE POWER STEERING HOSES. This is not necessary since the power steering pump is not being replaced. This will give you the clearance you need to access the bolts without obstructions.
For the removal of the Serpent belt you will need to remove ONE engine mount bolt. The motor mount bracket is attached to the engine in three points. The engine mount itself sits on top of the frame. Standing over the passenger side fender and looking into the engine compartment you will see the attachment points for the motor mount. The bolt on the bottom right side of the motor mount must be removed. You will need an E8 torx socket for this (it is a stud bolt with a nut, since this is an older car, the nut may be rusted to stud, so the stud may come out by placing a socket on the nut...so an E8 socket may not be required). Once the bolt is pulled away from the motor remove the spacer between the motor mount and the engine which will allow the Serpent belt to be removed. DO NOT REMOVE OR LOOSEN ANY OTHER MOTOR MOUNT BOLTS. This is not necessary. If you remove or loosen any other motor mount bolts you will need to support the engine.
on an ej20 and ej22 subaru engines the starter is located at the top of the engine and is held by a bolt at the top and a nut at the bottom once you have removed these the starter will slide out back towards the firewall
on the firewall side of the engine, below the intake manifold, bolted to the transmission. the top bolt is removed from under the hood, the bottom bolt is removed from under the engine.
bottom motor mount has a removable ferrule. simply take off the bottom right bolt and the ferrule can easily be removed allowing you to replace the belt
The entire bottom panel (5 bolts) has to be removed in order to replace the light.
How to replace a water filter on the fridge depends on what model it is. The filter and fridge manual should have directions listed. Usually the front of the bottom of the fridge has to be removed to replace it.
It will be in the firewall on the far right of the engine compartment, just below the hood. four screws, and a couple of wires holds it in. The blower (squirrel cage) then has to be removed, and transferred to the new motor. Then replace. It isn't that difficult. Afraid it isn't QUITE that simple, on my 1995 Thunderbird LX it is way down on the firewall on the right side, near the bottom.
It's located under the hood on the back firewall driver side. Unhook hose on top and bottom and replace w/new filter then hook both hoses.
Look on bottom area or engine
The engine and transmission are removed together out the bottom.The engine and transmission are removed together out the bottom.
Generally it's not removed.
On top of the steering column near the firewall under the dash. There will be a metal rod going into the bottom of the switch.
the radiator is removed from bottom of car, after splash shield is removed.
"Does the top or bottom heater hose from the firewall go to the water pump on a 1991 Dodge Dakota V6?" The top heater hose from the firewall goes to the water pump and the bottom hose from the firewall goes to the top of the block where the temperature thermostat housing is located.
From my experience you can't remove it from the top, (the starter is located in the back of engine near the bottom side firewall). I think you replace it from the bottom up, that is it should be accessed using some kind of lift.
There should be a catch that you have to unscrew along the bottom rearmost point, as well as two latches on the sides towards the firewall. Sometimes these are covered by carpet. Just follow the edges.
No, is removed out of the bottom.
It is on the passenger side firewall at the bottom.
At the bottom of the firewall on the passenger side.
The thermostat is in the bottom radiator hose housing where it connects to the motor. The radiator needs to be drained, the bottom hose removed, and the housing removed to get to the thermostat. Make sure to clean all old gasket material from the housing, and fit the new thermostat in the proper direction.
The thermostat is behind the alternator. Follow the bottom hose from the raiditor to the engine. In order to replace the thermostat alternator needs to be removed.
Clean or replace the carb....also check the filter in the gas tank....tank must be removed and the filter is screwed into the bottom...
Definitely not an easy task. You would have to remove the whole dash, the ECU/TCU is located in the center bottom of the dash. Once the dash is removed the wiring harness is under the rubber material, then you would have to feed it through the firewall and on the other side (engine bay) disconnect the harness from the various engine components.
The fuel filter is on the firewall of the drivers side under the hood. It is on the bottom half of the firewall.
Remove the bottom hose from the evaporater at the firewall, pull out the expansion valve, i highly recommend flushing out the system to remove excess sludge. Replace the valve and the hose.
Removed the back panel from inside staring from top to bottom of the plastic, and you will be able to open. Then replace the back door handle.