follow the belt back to the device it turns. If it has a cap for checking fluid levels, then it is probably the Power Steering pump and you have found the right belt.
Alternator oil pipe? There is no oil pipe connected to the alternator that I have ever seen. The alternator has sealed bearings and does not require any outside lubrication. Are you sure you are looking at the alternator? Is it possible you have a leak at the power steering pump and that is what you are looking at? I really have no answer for you, only more questions. Please clarify. Clay is absolutely right. The alternator has no outside oil connection. Find out what REALLY is leaking. A/C compressor? Power Steering?
# If its the same as a EF-EL motor then here is the diagram # Start with the belt around the outside of the * Alternator then on the outside of the * Powersteering then the outside of the * Idle pully then the outside of the * Air conditioner then on the outside of the * Crank shaft then around the crank shaft to the right side of the * Tensioner then around the tensioner to the top of the * water pump then from the water pump back to the bottom of the * Alternator power steering Alternator Idle Air Con Crank shaft Water pump Tension # If its the same as a EF-EL motor then here is the diagram # Start with the belt around the outside of the * Alternator then on the outside of the * Powersteering then the outside of the * Idle pully then the outside of the * Air conditioner then on the outside of the * Crank shaft then around the crank shaft to the right side of the * Tensioner then around the tensioner to the top of the * water pump then from the water pump back to the bottom of the * Alternator power steering Alternator Idle Air Con Crank shaft Water pump Tension
Inside the alternator.
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The 1999 Dodge Stratus PCM valve can be found on the outside of the air cleaner housing. The PCM valve is located on the back of the housing.
A bad voltage regulator in the alternator. Depending on year make and model it may be outside or separate from the alternator.
I'm not real sure i understand the question.the question alludes to a "drive" (as in transaxle) mechanism requiring a "drive" belt. Referring to serpentine "drive" (pulley) belts for alternator, power steering and water pump:most cases require you to loosen the alternator adjusting (tightening) bolt and/or the power steering pump adjusting bolts. I had to replace a broken alternator belt a few weeks ago in 15* weather (outside). I had to use a "push" tool to force the beltbetween the pulley on the alt. And the other pulleys to get over the crank pulley.
First you get offline then you go outside and taske a look at the car
The integral system has the hydraulic boost happen inside the steering box rather than act on a cylinder on the outside of the steering box. Both systems use an externally mounted pump.
No. The timing belt is under the timing belt cover and drives the water pump, oil pump, and cams from the crankshaft and is necessary for operation of the engine. The serpentine belt is on the outside and drives the alternator, power steering, and air conditioner.
The 1996 Chevy 1.3 liter engine timing marks can be found on the front main pulley and on the flywheel. The timing marks will be scattered around the outside of both locations.
There A bolt half inch located outside a plate of the alternator on the fire wall side turn it counterclockwise either with a long wrench from on top or under the car
Which side is the 1FZ FE alternator on? I thought the insides could be swapped in but the outside was an opposite.You can get the 1HZ 110/120 amp types for $320 now on ebay
It's inside the steering column cover , the turn signal lever and the hazard flasher button stick outside of the steering column cover
No. The short summary is that there usually is a fuse or circuit breaker in the line coming out of the alternator that protects the alternator from a sudden surge in power from some outside source and which also protects the engine's electrical parts from a sudden surge that might somehow come from the alternator (very doubtful this would happen). But that fuse doesn't keep the alternator charging in the strict sense of the phrase. What stops an alternator from charging is internal parts failure such as the burn out of a rectifier, bearing failure or the belt which drives the alternator failing or coming loose and slipping excessively. Short of failures such as these an alternator will keep on charging as long as the belt is turning its pulley and causing the rotor inside the alternator to turn.
That should be inside the cover of your steering column The turn signal lever and hazard flasher button stick outside of the steering column cover
The multi-function switch is inside the steering column cover . The turn signal lever and hazard light button stick outside of the steering column cover
To reduce forearm injuries, hands should be placed on the lower half of the steering wheel, with knuckles on the outside and thumbs streched along the the rim of the steering wheel. Elbows should be able to rest comfortably by your sides.
The 1999 Mercury Grand Marquis has (2) TWO engine styles, both different. The style for Vin numbers with a "W" engine, and the Vin numbers with an "X". The "W" series has the A/C Compressor to the RIGHT of the engine when viewed from the front. The belt circles all components from the outside but two (2). The idler wheel located on top to the right of the alternator, and the tensioner pulley, located to the right and between the Crank and Water pump pulleys. The belt goes UNDER the idler pulley, and passes to the Tensioner pulley BETWEEN the crank pulley and the water pump pulley. As for the "X" series... The Belt goes, in clockwise rotation, from the outside looking AT the engine: Starting with the top most component, OUTSIDE the Alternator, OUTSIDE the steering pump, INSIDE the water pump (V grooves on belt showing),OUTSIDE the crankshaft pulley, INSIDE the tensioner (V grooves on belt showing, again),OUTSIDE the A/C Compressor, and then towards the Alternator again. The Idler wheel presses against the belt on this return leg from the smooth side.
It's inside the steering column , the turn signal lever and hazard light button are part of the multi-function switch and stick outside of the steering column
The proper way to check the alternator, would be best if you remove it and take it to your nearest auto parts store. Most of them test them for free. As far as outside controllers?I'm not a mechanic but as far as I understand it there are no controllers as the alternator is always running, providing power to the distributor, charging the battery and running all the electrics on the vehicle. The battery is only used to start the vehicle, run the non-ignition eletrics when the vehicle is off and to keep the engine running when the alternator fails. Please correct me if I'm wrong! Auto parts store to check to see if the alternator puts enough power out to keep battery charged.*A way to check if the alternator is good is to un-hook the positive battery cable while the engine is running. If the engine stalls the Alternator is bad.**
Check the power steering pump for fluid. Other problems can include bad hoses. Even though they look good on the outside they can be bad on the inside restricting the flow of fluid. If changing the hoses didnot work than it is in the steering box.
It is on the dash in front of the steering wheel,it looks like a small black bump.
You may have blown the seal or you may have a leaky power steering pump, in either case you can look at the power steering lines. Follow the lines from the place where you fill the power steering fluid all the way down, look for any signs of a cut or split in the line or any of the power steering fluid on the outside of the line or underneath the line. Also check your driveway to see if a puddle of fluid appears and how quickly it grows.