The 1998 Chrysler Sebring has a timing belt.
Put the serpentine belt around the pulleys on your 2001 Chrysler LHS. Tighten the serpentine belt by pushing the tensioner pulley to the left. Tighten down the tensioner pulley and the serpentine belt will be tight.
You can tighten the serpentine belt on your 2005 Chrysler 300 by tightening the tensioner pulley. Push the tensioner pulley to the right until the serpentine belt is tight.
A 1998 Chrysler Town and Country would have a 3.8L V6. That engine has a timing chain not a belt.A 1998 Chrysler Town and Country would have a 3.8L V6. That engine has a timing chain not a belt.
with the automatic belt tensioner..
the belt tensioner does it by itself.short answer no
The belt is tightened with an adjusting screw.
go to a mechanic
the belt is automatically tensioned by a spring loaded tensioner.
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
The belt is tightened automatically by the belt tensioner. If the belt is too loose, it's time to replace it.
You loosen (1/2 turn) the 15mm nut that locks the idler pulley. Then from under neath you turn the 13mm bolt that will tighten and loosen the belt. Be sure to tighten the lock nut when done.
You should not have to. There is a belt tensioner that keeps the belt tight. If the belt needs to be tightened, you probably need a new tensioner, or you have the wrong size belt.
Loosen alternator remove old belt. Reroute new belt, tighten alternator.
usually serpentine belts get their tension(tightness) from the belt tensioner
There are several websites online to view diagrams of a 1998 Chrysler Seabring timing belt. The easiest way to find it is to do a quick search from any search engine.
You'll probably want a manual for this, but you may be able to locate a bracket on or near the alternator that moves the alternator itself or a pulley that the belt runs on. This is a tensioner and turning the bolt one way or the other will tighten or loosen the belt. DO NOT OVER-TIGHTEN THE BELT! This will damage the components the belt runs on.
If the squeeling is under the hood it is probably the AC belt. If the defroster is on the AC is on. Just tighten the belt. If the squeeling is under the hood it is probably the AC belt. If the defroster is on the AC is on. Just tighten the belt.
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.
loosen the nut on the idler pulley. There is a bolt at 10:00 o'clock from the pulley. Loosen this bolt until you can put the belt on then tighten the bolt till the belt is tight then tighten the nut on the idler pulley. Recheck the belt tension after a day or so..
2.4 and 3.0, yes. 3.3 and 3.8, no