You don't. they are not adjustable. Its a spring tension on it, therefore you would have to replace the tensioner which only takes one bolt to get the tensioner off. Same thing to re-install the new one!
tensioner wobble , check all pulleys for straightness and replace as need
Because its a Chevy corsica not a ford corsica!!!!!
The 93 Acclaim has a serpentine belt. The tensioner below the alternator is what keeps the tension. If you have not tension I would replace the belt first and then check the tensioner.
My Corsica's temp gauge went out, and to replace the OEM gauge would have required buying the whole instrument panel. We bought an aftermarket gauge and mounted it under the dash. It cost much less, and hey, it's not a show car so I don't mind that it's not 'perfect'. Just find the temp sensor on the engine (driver's side of car on back side of engine), and either use the sensor wire there or replace with one that works with your gauge.
Noisy and chirpping soundS on a 1994 Crysler Lebaron could be as a result of the tensioner pulley and can be replaced by replacing the belt.
located in the fuel tank of a 1992 corsica ,it may be the same for your model if this is so you may need to drop the tank . I would notadvice you to take on this job unless you have to.
Replace the tensioner pulley
you cant, it has an automatic belt tensioner.. you would have to replace the belt if it has stretched
fuel pump is the first place i would look
Since the 92 Chevy Corsica is equipped with SRS (Saftey Restraint System), ie: Airbags, which is located in the steering wheel. In order to replace the turn signal switch you must remove the steering wheel. Therefore I would only highly advise you to take it to a dealer to have this done.
where would i locate the fuse for the fuel pump on a 1995 Chevy corsica
It cost me $183 at a private garage in Toronto, Ontario Canada (May 2012).
Take note of how the belt is routed before you take it off. However there is a diagram of the serpentine belt somewhere under the hood. There is a belt tensioner, which is a pulley looking device, and a 3/8 ratchet will fit in a slot to where you can pull it back enough to get the belt off. I would suggest you replace the tensioner while you are at it.
You would have to replace the grill there is aftermarket ones available. the rear is much harder and would require re locating the door latch and welding and painting would be required
You take your belt off (I assume it's already off if the tensioner is broke). And you take a ratchet and remove the bolt holding the tensioner in place. It is reverse thread. My S-10 had a 305 from a caprice and it would cut the bracket often because the pully would come off the bearing.
Aftermarket auto parts are parts that are from a company other than the original manufacturer. The parts are usually less expensive. For instance if you needed to get your car fixed you would probably choose the aftermarket part since it would be cheaper but would be just as good.
the parts costs depend on the vehicle and motor, it shouldn't be to hard to replace, just be sure the mounting bolts are securly tightened
I just had that problem on my 2000 Acura 3.2 TL. I needed to replace the belt tensioner.
You might need to replace the automatic belt tensioner.
If you mean Corsica, that would be Chevrolet.
The Corsican nuthatch is found only on the island of Corsica, in the Mediterranean Sea. It is also the only nuthatch found on Corsica.
There are three main steps behind replacing the alternator on the 1998 Chrysler Concorde. The first is disconnecting the battery cables for safety. Second, is depressing the belt tensioner to allow for the release of the drive belt. Finally the alternator can be unbolted from its bracket for replacement. If the drive belt, idler pulley and tensioner are worn it would be an ideal time to replace this components as part of the install.
I would replace the water pump, 2 idlers, tensioner and 3 seals (2 on cam and 1 on crank shaft).