The idler pulley is near the top of the engine. Use a 15 MM (I think) socket on a long breaker bar, and turn the idler pulley arm so that the pulley moves away from the belt. You'll need to put the socket on the nut of the pulley, not on the arm itself. When the pulley is loose, you can pull the belt off. Some of the idler pulley arms have a square hole that accepts a 1/2 inch drive from a socket wrench breaker bar. But be careful. The serpentine belt routing is a little odd, and you'll want a picture to help you put it back. Make a drawing or take some pictures if you don't already have something from GM.
If you just want it looser...its factory set....To remove it, locate the tension pulley and us a open face wrench to take off the tension...belt will come right off.
If the truck doesnt have a tensioner than you must adjust the alternator
Under the hood of the truck. There will be a sticker with a diagram of your pulley system.Just follow the path the belt takes in the drawing.You will need I believe a 13mm socket for your tension pulley.
It is quite easy, There is a spot to insert a 3/8" ratchet (No Socket) on the automatic belt tensioner. Simply use the ratchet like you normally would (I can't remember if you tighten or lossen to remove tension) and then use something like a block of wood or a helper to keep the tension off the belt to remove. The same to replace.
serpentine belt for 97 7.4 454 Chevy truck
need diagram for 1994 chevy truck serpentine belt?
No. But 1969 thru 1972 Chevrolet truck grille assembly will interchange.
A stock emergency brake, on a Chevrolet truck, can be released by manually disengaging the emergency brake. This can be accomplished by loosening the tension nut on the brake.
serpentine belts all have ridges on one side and smooth on the other match smooth pulley or tensioner or whatever to smooth and ridge to ridge and it will only go on one possible way
You will need to loosen the tensioner pulley on your 1983 Chevrolet S 10 pickup truck. Slide the tensioner pulley to the left. The serpentine belt will become loose. Put the new fit serpentine belt on and tighten the tensioner pulley by sliding it to the right.
No, the Silverado is a Chevrolet truck.