Tensioner cannot be tightened. The tensioner is a automatic spring tensioner with now manual adjustments. if the tensioner is loose, it must be replaced. the instructions are as follows:
1. Raise and support the vehicle with Jack stands on both sides
2. Remove the front passanger side tire (19mm lug nuts)
3. In the wheel well, remove the splash shielding to gain access to the motor.
4. Place a decent size peice of wood on your jack, and slide it under the oil pan, raise the jack so it firmly presses on the oil pan.
5. Under the hood, remove the motor mount on the left side of the motor, the mount is held on by Three 15mm nuts with studs on the motor itself, and Two 15mm nuts holding the mount to the body. remove the mount completely.
6. slowly lower the jack supporting the engine until the engine sits all the way down.
7. from inside the wheel well, place a 14mm wrench on the belt tensioner pully bolt. swing the tensioner to remove tension on the belt, remove the belt from the tensioner or main crank pully.
8. You should have access to the lower bolt on the tensioner. the bolt is 10mm in head size. i recommend using a 1/4" ratchet. Remove the bolt.
9. raise the jack as far as you can, making sure the vehicle stays on the jackstands!!! this should allow you to reach down and beable to remove the top bolt on the tensioner. the motor will come up on an angle.
10. once the bolt is out, the tensioner should just fall out of the motor. reinstall the tensioner with the top bolt first, lower the engine, reinstall lower bolt, reinstall belt, reinstall the upper motor mount, and raise the engine to level out with the upper mount.
The job sounds complicated if you are not mechanically inclined, but its accually simple. you will not break anything by moving the motor. the job should take a average person about 30-45 minuites to complete.
You don't. Serpentine belts are adjusted by a spring loaded device called a belt tensioner. If you belt is loose, then the tensioner is broken.
Generally you don't tighten the alternator, you just make sure the belt tensioner is functioning properly. Sometimes the springs of the tensioner wears out or breaks.
Should have an automatic belt tensioner - if tension not correct replace tensioner
The system should have an automatic belt tensioner. If the belt is loose the tensioner must be shot. The tensioner is available from your local auto parts store.
It has a spring loaded tensioner. No adjustment is possible as the tensioner constantly adjusts tension. If tension is incorrect, the tensioner must be replaced.
No you can not, It is kept tight by a spring loaded belt tensioner with a smooth pulley on it. Probley needs a belt tensioner on it.
It uses a spring loaded belt tensioner I believe. The tensioner is automatically set. IF there is not enough tension, then replace the tensioner. The belt may be stretched and need replacment however.
It should have a spring loaded automatic tensioner, if the spring is broke replace the tensioner arm assembly
You can loosen your 1995 Chrysler Town and Country serpentine belt by loosening the tensioner pulley. Push the loosen the tensioner pulley to the right. The old serpentine belt can be easily removed. Put the new serpentine belt on and tighten the tensioner pulley by pushing it to the left.
Your belt is probably stretched or the tensioner is weak. Try a new belt, or replacing the tensioner. If it is still loose get a 1/2 inch smaller belt.
The serpentine belt has an easy adjustment. Loosen the nut holding the tensioner wheel and turn the adjusting screw until proper belt tension is achieved. Tighten tensioner wheel nut.
If it is a serpentine belt - adjusts automatically through belt tensioner If not check the alternator for adjuster or Power steering pump
it has a manual tensioner
When a serpentine belt is loose it means either the belt has stretched and needs replacing, or the idler tensioner is defective and needs replacing, or both.
you tighten it derrr!!
You'll find an idler/tensioner pulley, which rides on an adjustable arm. First you have to loosen the locknut(14mm?) of the pulley , then tighten/loosen the adjuster rod (8mm?) to adjust the belt tension. Afterwards, tighten the locknut.
You can replace the air conditioner serpentine belt of your 1995 automobile by removing the old belt. Take the new belt and feed it around the components. Loosen the tensioner bolt. This will help the new belt to fit properly. Once the new belt design tighten the tensioner bolt.
I would say it can only be one of two things. Either the belt is not the correct size for your vehicle or the tensioner is not installed correctly (or no longer functioning properly). -we had a 97 with a cracked tensioner and that's what it did so pop the tensioner off and vuisually inspect it. that's probably your problem. we have replaced ours twice. good luck
Remove beltUnbolt tensioner and remove
The SDM in the 1995 Saturn is located under the center console.
The Rings of Saturn was created in 1995.
Saucer to Saturn was created in 1995.
There is no adjustment on the spring / Tensioner. You either have the wrong belt are the tensioner itself is bad. Replace tensioner are belt.
The minimum price for a 1995 Saturn SC1 trailing arm is $50.
The serpentine belt should be self-tightening if the appropriately sized belt is properly installed. If the correct belt fails to acheive the proper tension, then the belt tensioner should be replaced.