Not advised, it runs the fan and the ancillary devices, power steering, etc.
drive belt for what on this vehicle? do u mean serpentine belt,or fan belt,or timing belt?
One thing that happens is the fan blades on the transmission get bent up into the drive belt and the fan blades throws the belt. The right way to fix is is to replace the fan, but you can bend the fan blades down by hand without removing anything and it seems to work just as well.
There is no fan belt.The fan is hydraulically controlled.Are you asking about the main drive/accessory belt?
Remove fan clutch with fan impeller. Remove A/C compressor drive belt. Remove cap from tensioning roller. Relieve tension on drive belt. Remove drive belt. Reverse procedure for installation.
theres no fan belt on front wheel drive motors. only a fan motor
No, it uses an electric motor to drive the fan. There is one serpentine belt that drives all of the accessories (alternator, power steering, A/C, etc.), but these are located on the passenger side of the vehicle. The fan is located in the front, so there is no way for the belt to drive it.
REMOVE THE SINGLE DRIVE BELT, THEN REMOVE THE 4 MOUNTING BOLTS BETWEEN THE FAN AND THE BELT PULLEY. THE FAN MIGHT NEED TO BE WIGGLED OFF
need a diagram off drive belt on 1998 barina
With a belt drive the fan speed can be easily raised or lowered but there is belt and bearing maintenance to consider (with a belt drive there are 2 additional bearings). With direct drive replacing the motor is a little more involved and blower size is limited. Other than that no difference. Determine which characteristics are more important to you and make your choice. On a furnace/AC unit, I would go with DD personally.
Technically no, the fan is driven by an electric motor. It does however have at least one drive belt (which are still refered to as fan belts) which drives the pulley for the power steering pump and the alternator.
No, your Ford uses a timing chain to drive the cam.
See the answer for "How do you replace the drive belt in a 2000 Ford Focus?". The procedure is the same.
the only thing that I have found to be successful was to just move the belt around the fan.
# On the EF EL the fan belt has a fan or drive belt tensioner it is located on the lower right side of the harmoinc balancer. # At the bottom it has a 3/8 socket pre made gap so a 3/8 ratchet can be used and when pushed down it will loosen the tension so the fan belt can be removed. Sam
Yes your ac just won't be cold
Belt too tight, or too loose, or drive pulleys out of alignment, or damaged.
There is no fan belt it is an electric fan. Are you referring to the serpentine belt?
Loosen the component slide it towards the engine to lossen the belt, remove belt. Install in reverse. If the fan is your problem it is held on with 4 small bolts, remove them and the fan. P/S you should be able to work the belt around the fan blades without removing the fan. On_mitch
There is no fan belt. The fan is electric.
Sorry, there isn't a fan belt on any front wheel drive vehicles since the engine sites transversely (side-to-side). If your fan isn't rotating then you likely need eaither the fan thermostatic switch or a new fan motor... Good Luck, br1ght
A serpentine belt is one belt that runs all engine accessories (i.e. power steering pump, ac compressor, water pump, AND fan). A fan belt runs the fan only.
The serpentine drive belt is the rubber belt that is connected to all the pullys 5-6 like the water pump, altenator, a/c clutch, fan, and crankshaft. usually located behind the radiator or on the side of the motor depending on what the motor is and what its in.
On the cars I grew up with the fan belt was a rubber belt that transfers torque from the crankshaft to the shaft of the cooling fan for the radiator on an engine. On the cars we drive today, the name fan belt is a bit misleading now because the belt drives much more than just the fan to cool the radiator. Most cars have one large "serpentine" belt that drives all of the accessory motors. The serpentine belt goes around a pulley attached to the flywheel and powers accessory pumps and motors such as the water pump, air conditioner compressor, alternator, power brakes, and the power steering pump as well as the cooling fan for the radiator.