You don't tighten a serpentine belt. The tension is controlled by a tensioner. If it is loose, then the belt has stretched and needs replacing.
You don't change the belt because it has a timing chain.
yes you can bypass ac with either a ac bypass pulley made by dorman or get a longer belt
Belt tensioner is not adjustable. Assembly is spring loaded, spring can loose tension. If belt stretches or is too long (wrong part) then .... (There are marks on assembly to indicate proper tension.)
Loose belt - will sound like a screeching noise.
yes, you actually dont even have to losen that bolt
A 1997 Dodge Caravan is fuel injected, not carbureted.
The 97 4.3L engine doesn't have a timing belt.
Change the belt
what steps do i take to change a timing belt for a '97 mitsubishi mirage
The 97 S10 2.2L engine doesn't have a timing belt.
Sounds like the belt is slipping. Try pulling the belt tighter and tighten up the pulley tighter than you did before. Torque it down pretty good, though not too much. Engine vibration will loosen it.
The instructions to change the sliding door on a 97 Dodge Caravan are located in the service manual. This details the dis-assembly of the door and the location of electric components.
There is a chain for a 97 528
No, the bell housing pattern is different.
with a screw driver
Sentry key system, no. Theft alarm, possibly.
u have to add and tighten them down
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