To tighten the belt you normally have to rotate the belt tensioner bearing mount which is below the front cam pulley however the tension has to be set by an electronic tension checker by your local dealer unless you can afford the special tool and know exactly how to use it. for maximum longevity of the belt this must be correct or severe engine damage can result which would certainly write o
ff the car.
how do you tighten fan belt on l200
just in front of the altenator, there is a 10mm bolt, tighten that and it will tighten the fan belt
You can tighten a fan belt by tightening the tensioner pulley. Pry to the left on the tensioner pulley and tighten it.
replace the belt or adjust it
Start by checking the fuses, then the fan relay. If they are ok, then check the switch, the fan resister and the blower motor.
theres no way to tighten it you will have to buy a new belt
first you have to locate the allready plced soket and then just tighten the belt
To tighten the fan belt on a Renault Master, a person needs to adjust the belt tension wheel. This wheel has a bolt that is inserted in a groove. The bolt can be loosened and then moved to the desired location to tighten the belt.
There is no fan belt on any year Fiero. Electric fan motor,
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If it is a serpentine belt you replace the tensioner pulley
with the automatic belt tensioner..
Put your new fan belt around the pulleys of your 1992 Chevy Blazer. Tighten the fan belt with the tensioner pulley.
The fan is electric, not belt driven. The serpentine belt is has a spring loaded tensioner. If the belt is loose, the tensioner has failed.
The belt has an automatic spring tensioner and can not be "tightened".
The fans are electric and do not have a belt The fans are electric and do not have a belt The fans are electric and do not have a belt
take it to a garage and get if fixed
you replace the spring tensioner or the belt because there are no adjustments.
If it is a newer corsa (built in the last 12 years or so) if guessing you mean the alternator belt because it doesn't actually have a fan belt as the fan is driven by a electric motor. To tighten the alternator belt is very easy...Just loosen the two or three bolts holding it on (do not take them right out) pull the alternator so that the belt tightens and then tighten the bolts back up. You may need someone to hold the alternator and belt tight whilst you tighten the bolts back up. If the belt still continues to squeal after you have tightened it a couple of times it means the belt needs replacing.
first u must loosen bolt on power steering belt tensioner till the belt will come off ,then loosen alternator bolts and push alternater till belt is loose enough,then take fan belt off ,install new fan belt,use crowbar on alternator to tighten fan belt,then put power steering belt back on and tighten tensioner till its at spec. then retighteh tensioner center bolt.
you open the flap and SUCK IT!
replace it or tighten it
On the old (1957-1974) 500, with the twin cylinder air cooled engine, the fan belt is adjusted using shims. The pulley on the dynamo/fan, can be dis-assembled by undoning the nuts. The outer side of the pulley comes away, and inside you will find several shims (spacers). Take one of them away and re-assemble the pulley. Put the shim on the outside, before you replace the nuts (for future use). This will make the belt ride higher up the puley groove and thus tighten the belt. When you change the belt for a new one, you will have to assemble the pulley with all the shims on the inside, making the belt ride lower in the groove, to take up the slack.
The belt on a 2000 Ram uses a spring loaded tensioner pulley. It self tightens.
THERE IS A BELT TENSIONER BELOW AND JUST TO THE RIGHT OF THE FAN PULLEY. LOOSEN IT COMPLETELY, AND THE NEW BELT SHOULD FIT RIGHT ON. THEN TIGHTEN THE TENSIONER TO TIGHTEN THE BELT, AND YOUR DONE. GOOD LUCK, DANNY.