Sometimes lightly tapping on the bolt with a hammer can cause some of the material that binds the bolt to break loose. Don't get too energetic though, you can cause damage. Next step, apply a little heat to the nut or whatever the bolt is attached to. Try to keep the bolt a little cooler than the nut so that the nut will expand slightly more than the bolt.
There are conical remover bits that you screw counter clockwise into a hole drilled in the center of the bolt that will loosen many problem bolts. You will need to replace the bolt if you are to put your machine back together.
After that, get a grinder or hacksaw and plan to replace the bolt.
ANS 2 - Many bolts like this will come loose with an air impact wrench. Try this with a proper impact socket.
loosen the bolt in the center of the drive belt pulley, then loosen the bolt on the side of the pulley. as you loosen the side bolt the tension lets up
To adjust or replace the belt first loosen the pivot bolt (through-bolt) at the bottom of the bracket. Next loosen the adjuster lock bolt and move the pump to allow belt replacement.
Loosen bolt in tension pulley, then loosen tension bolt. Replace belt. Tighten tension bolt. Last, tighten bolt through pulley.
First find the alternator. Next find the pivot bolt- loosen it - belt should then pop off easy- next remove the mounting bolt-- voila the alternator is off .
The power steering pump has two adjuster bolts. Loosen the top bolt, and then the bolt underneath the pump (facing from passenger side) to give the belt some slack. The alternator has two adjuster bolts and one bolt to hold the bracket to the alternator. Loosen the bottom bolt (next to the belt), then loosen the top adjuster bolt. You should then be able to move the alternator towards the motor to slack the belt.
Loosen lock nut, turn tension bolt.
socket and force bar on bolt brace against frame and use starter to loosen
Use a torch to heat up the bolt and thread before you loosen it. This way you wont break the bolt, which I accidentally did on mine and gave my self an extra 2 hours of work.
I have a 1995 Honda Passport, 3.2L. Look under the truck and find the alt. There is a slack adjuster under the alt. Loosen the bolt next to adjuster, then back off the bolt on the adjuster. Take off the bolt on the bottom of alt. Loosen the top bolt to the alt. You should be able to move the alt. to get the belt off.
loosen the pulley bolt slightly and then an upward facing bolt on the bracket will lower or raise the pulley.
which way do you turn the harmonic balancer bolt on a 95 geo tracker to loosen it
the belt tensioners are on the alternator and the air conditioner. On the alternator, you would have to loosen the 2 bolts that are on the tension bar. On the air conditioner, you would have to loosen the tension bolt and you would also have to loosen a bolt that is behind the air conditioner pulley. You would have to turn the pulley to get the holes to line up to the bolt to loosen.
To change the alternator on a 1997 Chrysler LHS, first detach the negative battery cable using a wrench and loosen the alternator lower mounting bolt. Next, remove the upper radiator support and loosen the alternator pivot bolt. Then, slip the belt off the alternator's pulley and remove the alternator mounting bolt.
If you looking behind or on the side of the power steering pump, you'll see a bolt. When you loosen the bolt, the pump will slide down and loosen the belt.
To loosen the bolt, use a socket wrench. You might use the frame for leverage, and you may need some starter or grease on the bolt to give you some give.
On a Mazda MX-3 (1994) you need to tighten the adjustment bolt that is close to the fire wall. Tightening the bolt loosen the belt - loosening the bolt tightens the belt
you loosen the bottom bolt first. then you loosen the top bolt and it will move. the you can just take the belt off of it. one wire will just unplug and the other you have to take the bolt off.
On my 97 3.5L you have to loosen the bolt (15mm)on the front of the idler (loosen, don't remove) then go underneath and the is a 13mm bolt that adjusts the position of the idler for tension. Loosen this and the idler should loosen up.
That refers to the size wrench necessary to tighten or loosen the bolt.
use a 15 mm box end wrench to loosen the bolt which runs through the center of the tensioner pulley - turn it counter-clockwise. next, use a 15 mm socket to loosen the tensioner bolt - again, turn counter clockwise to loosen. remove the belt and replace with new one. turn tenisoner bolt clockwise to tighten belt. tighten bolt through center of pulley. put some belt dressing on and you are good to go!
My 2004 alternator on the V6 has three fasteners that have to be removed to remove the alternator. The pivot bolt,the stay bolt and the adjustment bolt. Once you loosen the pivot bolt and the stay bolt, the adjustment bolt can be turned back to loosen the belt enough to remove the other bolts for alternator removal.
You will find the pivot bolt underneath the alternator, it has a square head on on side and the nut holding it on the other, you just need to loosen the nut and pull out the bolt.
AnswerThere are three bolts involved. The top bolt located closest to the engine is your Pivot bolt. Loosen that bolt so the alternator will pivot downward when you unlock it. Speaking of unlocking, there is another bolt located on the bottom of the alternator, loosen and remove this bolt. Finally, on the front of the alternator there is a tension adjustment bolt. Loosen that until the belt clears the pulley so that you can remove it. You don't have to remove the tension bolt, just loosen it. Once the belt is removed make sure to disconnect any wire/plugs, etc from the alternator, remove the pivot bolt and viola! Installation is the reversal.
Looking into the engine compartment from the passenger side you you will see two large bolts and a smaller bolt on the alternator. The large upper bolt is the pivot bolt, the lower bolt is the locking bolt. The third bolt is used to adjust belt tension. 1. Loosen the alternator locking bolt. You may need a breaker bar to free the bolt. 2. Loosen the pivot bolt. 3. Turn the tension bolt counter clockwise to loosen tension, clockwise to increase tension. 4. Tighten the pivot bolt and locking bolt.
You have to loosen the main pivot bolt, which is at the very bottom of the alternator... and then loosen the bolt which tightens down the slide, which is very close to the belt itself.