Remove the 1995 Oldsmobile Cutlass intake manifold retaining bolts. The manifold will come off. Remove the old gasket. Clean the surface. Put the new intake gasket and tighten the intake manifold retaining bolts.
there is not a specific torque for the idler pully. tighten it up with a ratchet and it will not loosen up
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.)
You can tighten ANYTHING too tight. EVERY bolt and screw has a specific torque specification. Look up what the torque specs are for the balancer bolt on your engine and tighten it to the specification.
Begin by loosening the tensioner pulley on your 1999 Oldsmobile Cutlass. Put your serpentine belt around the pulleys. Tighten the serpentine belt with the tensioner pulley.
You don't. It's a serpentine belt.....meaning one belt to run all accessories. There is an idler pulley that takes up slack and keeps the belt tight automatically. These do go bad sometimes. If so, you'll need to remove and replace it.
Torque is not the type of bolt but a type of wrench used to tighten bolts. A torque wrench will tell you how tight a bolt is tightened like 60lb of torque or tighten to 80lb of torque so a bolt will be tight enough to stay in but not too tight that you strip the bolt.
you have to remove the rear seat than the seat belt bracket and than the seat back after that you have to remove the rear panels whwre the speakers are after all that is off there are three bolts 13mm I believe loosen them close your top and tighten bolts with top latched.
Pop off the plastic cover on the back of the mirror. Then release the mirror by sliding the mirror forward. Then you can see the mirror bracket and the loose screws. Tighten the screws and replace the mirror. It takes about 2 seconds when you know what your looking for!
Loosen all the bolts on the alternator and push down on the alternator and the belt will be loose and you can take it off, to reinstall you put new belt around the water pump and crank pulleys and then put it over the alternator pulley and pull up on the alternator and tighten the bolts back up and you should have a 1/2 " play in the belt when you push down on it, if you have more than that you need to unloosen alternator bolts again and pry the alternator up with a large screwdriver and re-tighten the bolts again and recheck.
To tighten the steering you just tighten the nut under it and then your done. NICE
The spelling "tighten" is correct.
The present tense of tighten is:I/You/We/They tighten.He/She/It tightens.The present participle is tightening.
this year of car has no serpentine belt, you should be able to loosen the ac compressor to where it will move to let you remove the belt for this unit after putting new belt on pull back so that you have tension on the belt and have it where you want then re-tighten the bolts you loosened. it should be the same serpentine belt as the alternator. just find the tensioner pulley, take the old belt off and put the new one on.
just in front of the altenator, there is a 10mm bolt, tighten that and it will tighten the fan belt
Turn clockwise to tighten.Turn clockwise to tighten.
tighten skin under neck
how do you tighten a chain on a 150 ATV
you tighten it derrr!!
You can tighten a fan belt by tightening the tensioner pulley. Pry to the left on the tensioner pulley and tighten it.
To bleed the cooling system on a 1996 Olds Cutlass, locate the bleed valve, which is on the front of the engine above the water pump. After making sure the cooling system is not under pressure, open the valve by turning it counterclockwise. Fill the radiator with coolant until no air comes out the bleed valve, and a stream of coolant begins to flow from there instead. Tighten the valve and close the system to finish the job.
You can tighten all the screws on the support pieces of the frame.
you simply tighten your diafram muscle (tighten your stomach)
how do you tighten fan belt on l200
Drain about 1 gallon of coolant from radiator Follow upper radiator hose to engine housing Remove 2 bolts on housing--make note how thermostat is installed Clean both surfaces completely Install new gasket and thermostat Tighten both bolts evenly and securely Re-fill radiator slowly to prevent "airlock" Check for leaks Start engine with heater on Run to normal operating temp Check coolant level