There are 7 pulleys to put it over or under on the 4.0. The ridged side of the belt goes on the ridged pulleys, the smooth side of the belt goes on the smooth pulleys. The ridged side is 'inside' the loop made by the fan. So starting on the left (facing the truck) The upper left corner pulley (AC Compressor) OVER Directly under that, low, the alternator UNDER OVER the fan UNDER the motor INSIDE the tensioner OVER the Power Steering pump UNDER the water pump Another way to put it: So the two large, center pulleys are the water pump and the motor. It is on the bottom of both of these. The top two on left and right, respectively are the AC Compressor and the power steering pump. it is on top of these. The remaining two pulleys are on the left; a small one low is the alternator which the belt runs on the bottom. The other is the fan which the belt runs over the top. Make sure the tensioner pushes the belt IN TOWARD THE WATER PUMP as you tighten it.
It can cost between $14 and $30 to replace a serpentine belt on a car. The price can raise to $40 or $60 if a person has it done at a car shop.
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lubricate your serpentine belt with some belt grease or some WD-40 and see if it doesn't stop.
A person can find a belt routing diagram for this car in its maintenance manual. The maintenance manual is found at auto part stores, and generally run between $25 and $40.
The cost to replace this part will range from $40-$80+. This depends on the cost of the part, the brand of the belt and the labor charges of the shop.
I changed mine for only 40 Dollars when I bought the belt at Napa Auto Parts.Just take it off and take it to Napa and they will find the one you need for your Cadillac.
2000 Honda has a timing belt its like a serpentine belt timing chains are used on some v 8 engines though most are the timing belts should be replaced every 40 thousand miles
it is a block diagram representing various units of 8086. it is a 40 pin diagram.
you can not use a shorter belt because it will cause the waater pump to run in reverse . ask your local parts store for an a/c puley and bracket assembly [about 40 bucks]
Radiator belts as in the one that runs through the pulleys of an engine? That's a serpentine belt. Yes, they do break. The belt itself can run from $20-40 approx. It can be done by yourself if you have some know how with a wrench or you can take it to a local shop. Should take less than 30 minutes of work.
There are 40 minutes in 2/3 hour, diagram or not.
timing chains don't squeal, they rattle and growl. the serpentine belt may squeal if the belt is worn. to check for a worn belt, locate the belt so that you can see the ribbed side clearly. anymore then 5 cracks per inch on any one of the ribs is considered worn and should be replaced. if the ribbed side is in good shape, the flat side should be examined. it should be dull in appearance. If the belt is shiney it should be replaced. recommended replacement on a serpentine belt is every 40-60k miles. if you are in this range, or passed it, and havent replaced the belt, now is the time to do it. serpentine belts can stretch over time. Another cause of a squeal may be a faulty pully someware on the engine. mostly the Idler pully, located just under the motor mount, or the belt tentioner pully, or the belt tentioner assembly as a whole, located just down and to the left from the idler pully. Easy way to check belt tention is to locate the portion of the belt running from your air conditioner to the idler pully, using two fingers, press down on the belt with some force. if your belt tentioner moves more then 1/4 of an inch its time to replace it.
If it has antifreeze on it you may have to replace it. I have shot some WD40 on MANY serp belts and had good luck. This will NOT hurt the belt regardless of what many 'experts' may say. Over the years I've had similar problems, both with conventional "v" belts and serpentine belts. In the "old days," rubbing "bar" soap on the belt[s] would do the job. Do NOT ATTEMPT to do this with the engine running. Be certain the engine is OFF, and I suggest, ALSO COOL to eleminate the potential for burns to hands or arms. I don't know exactly how it works, but I suspect that the soap acts as a lubricant. Also, I have had success by removing and reinstalling the serpentine belt, "reversing" it so that it travels in the opposite direction. As indicated in answer 1, WD-40 also has worked for me.j3h.
Absolutely NOT! WD-40 is a lubricant. The last thing you want to put on a drive belt is a lubricant. If the belt is making a noise, it is either loose or worn out.
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I just replaced mine because the automatic tensioner pully locked up (which from what I've found online was actually recalled though since I got mine used I was never informed) & melted the pulley & belt. The tensioner was about $90 & belt was about $40. All in all it took about 2hrs to replace both parts & get it up & running again. Good Luck!
First thing is to look at the bottom passenger side pulleys. These cars have a serpentine belt ( 1 belt for all pulles ). There is an Idler pulley that believe it or not bends when you try to loosen it off ... this tensioner will allow you to change the belt and alternator ... before you change the alternator get someone to look at it it could be just the Voltage Regulator 40 roughly to replace ( It is located on the back side of the Alternator ).
Here they are White belt - 5 Yellow belt - 13 Orange belt - 21 Green belt - 30 Blue belt - 40 Red belt - 52 Purple belt - 64 Brown belt - 76 Black belt - 88 By Benoss
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what size belt do i need with a murray riding lawn mower that is a 12.5hp. 40"
its a 40 pi ic chip