take off the belt and there is one bolt take it off and put a new one one.
Remove the old, damaged idler pulley and replace it with a new one.
Remove the belt, then remove the bolt holding in the idler pulley.
Replace the tensioner assembly as one piece.
If the idler pulley is frozen, it is high time to replace the timing belt and the idler. And while that job is being done, consider replacing the water pump and thermostat.
Are you talking about the "idler pulley"? They are quite simple to change. Loosen the serpentine belt by using a socket on the center of the tensioner pulley, slide the belt off the idler pulley, use a socket to pull the center bolt of the idler pulley and replace the pulley with a new one.
Take the belt off, take the bolt off of the idler pulley, take the pulley off, put a new one on replace the bolt, and put the belt back on
Belt is worn out, or the idler pulley is defective. Replace the belt and inspect the idler puley.
Remove your idler pulley first. it is the pulley right next to the alternator.
go to youtube and type in ericthecarguy and change pulley
Try to replace only bearing #6203 2Z inside of pulley.
I don't believe there is an idler pulley on that model, just a tensioner pulley
The idler pulley or tensioner pulley?
Remove serpentine belt. Remove pulley. Install new pulley. Install serpentine belt.
The idler pulley is located just under the A/C compressor. There is a bolts in the middle of the pulley that needs to be removed and the idler pulley can be removed. Sometimes these bolts stick and my need to be pryed off. You may also want to removed the radiator fans cow to give you some extra room.
I assume you mean the idler pulley on the A/C belt. I have not replaced this particular item but it should be simple. Looking from the top of the engine compartment on the passenger side you will see the idler pulley with a mounting/locking bolt which attaches the pulley and the tension adjusting point immediately above it. Loosen the pulley locking bolt by turning counter clockwise. Relieve belt tension by turning the adjuster bolt counter clockwise. Remove the belt and pulley. Replace in the reverse order.
Remove serpentine belt. Unbolt old pulley. Install new one & serpentine belt.
Just buy a bypass pulley and bolt it on.
The idler pulley has nothing to do with the brakes. If the idler pulley is bad it could throw or break a belt, and then your engine will stop.
You can change an idler pulley on a 2001 Monte Carlo by first, removing the negative cable from the battery. Using a socket wrench, loosen the tension adjustment bolt. Slide the serpentine belt away from the pulley. Remove?æthe center bolt, and remove the pulley from the engine. Replace the pulley,?æreturn and tighten the bolts, and replace the serpentine belt.
around the crank pulley them over to the idler pulley then arounmd a/c pulley up to the alt. pulley then to the p/s pulley to the tentioner. there wasnt that easy
Remove belt. Remove the bolt and then pull the pulley off. Put new pulley in position. Put the belt back on.
only if the idler arm will not hold the tension on the belt and the pulley needs replaced when the are warn sharp or warn flat
In an Inline 6 Jeep engine, the idler pulley is located to the right of the A/C pulley. It is a smooth pulley, not a grooved one.