Which belt(s)? accessory belt? the timing belt accessory belt
Accessory drive belt.Accessory drive belt.
No, an accessory belt is not considered a serpentine belt. However, a serpentine belt is considered a specific type of accessory belt.
It could be but the accessory belt could also be a v-belt type belt.
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can you change the alternator belt in a 1998 Chevy metro from under the car.
Look in the engine compartment for the "serpentine belt" path & tensioner diagram. Release the belt tension at the tensioner, remove & reverse operation.
Loose accessory drive belt, faulty accessory belt tensioner (if applicable).
The serpentine belt would be the same as the accessory drive belt.
2.5L three accessory, one timing belt. 3.0L two accessory, one timing belt. 3.3, 3.8L one accessory belt, one timing chain.
royal pain in the ass, look at your diagram under the hood for routing, i bought a serpentine tool, it has shallow sockets included, since theres no room on the idler.
On the main drive serpentine belt, there is a tensioner pulle. it is positioned at 6:00. relieve tension remove belt. reverse process for reinstallation.
It is dance wear an accessory.
SHOULD BE THE BELT DRIVEN ACCESSORY DIRECTLY ABOVE THE CRANKSHAFT (LOWEST BELT DRIVEN ACCESSORY ON ENGINE)
V Belt and Serpentine Belt.
The 3.3L has a timing chain. The serpentine belt (accessory belt) is removed by rotating the tensioner down.
he serpentine, or accessory belt.
Near the top of the belt there is a belt tensioner; it has a pulley attached to it. It is spring loaded and there is a provision to attach a breaker bar to force back the spring; once you do, it is easy to remove the serpentine belt.
The car should have an idler pulley towards the top if the engine. It does not run an accessory, but provides tension to the belt. The pulley pivots away to relieve tension using a ratchet or breaker bar. The belt should then slip right off. Look for a decal under hood that shows routing of the belt for installation. I hope this helps!
A belt diagram can be found in maintenance books bought at auto shops. Sometimes they can be found under the hood on a sticker, and online in auto forums.
To remove the accessory drive belt or the serpentine belt from the motor on a 1989 Sunbird, it is necessary to loosen the belt tensioner. Look for a pulley that has a bolt in a slot. Loosen the bolt and move the tensioner so there is a gap in the belt. Then remove the belt from each pulley.
Your "Owner's Manual" recommend to ISNPECT the Engine Accessory Drive Belt at every 150,000 miles (see page 6-9). To be safe, do it at every oil change. Replace if necessary.....
That depends on the engine and what belt (timing or accessory).