loosen your altertanot bolt. theres 2 bolts holding it on, one supports the weight of it the other holds tension on the belt. crack it loose and the alternator will swing down and to get the tension back there should be a 1/2 or 3/4 ratchet hole that you use a ratchet without a socket on it to tension it back up while you tighten the bolt
with a lot of modification it will fit, there is certainly enough room
thay adjust themself
Not likely, anyways it wouldn't be strong enough to handle that horse power, they can barely handle the 2.4
Your water pump should run off of the serpentine belt. there shouldn't be a separate belt for the 4 cylinder. if you change the serpentine belt, there is a belt tentioner in the middle. using a wrench, not a ratchet(the ratchet will not have enough room to fully turn the tentioner), turn all the way to the right, remove the worn belt and replace it with a new one, following the belt diagram on the inside of the passengers side fender.
Easy enough, 2 torx bolts going straight up from the starter, and dont forget to unhook the electricals.
I usually have to use a large pair of channel locks to get it loose. The key operative word is GENTLY apply enough pressure to grip but not too much to risk breaking the cap. I have a 91 Wrangler & this works for me.
Easy enough, that can be done from the outside. Remove the drive shaft from the unit, remove seal, replace with new, make sure it seats well.
It is never easy to replace a heater core. Replace it is easy, but getting access to it is never easy. But your Jeep Wrangler is one of the easier ones to replace. Just remove enough of the dash parts to gain access to the core. Be careful and remember where and how everything goes back together. Photos taken during the process with digital camera might help you remember.
you havee to remove the lower bolt on the motor mount to get enough clearance to slide it through take it to someone its faster and easier that way
Not enough info to answer. Please re ask question and include the year, make, and model.
Removing the serpentine belt on a Pontiac Aztek requires loosening the adjustment pulley. Once the pulley is loose the serpentine will have enough slack to come off.
Whether it be a Wheel Cylinder or a Master Cylinder, if it leaks, it should be replaced.......back in the old days we used to rebuild them, but the parts are cheap enough today to just replace them. Vaya con Dios, Chuck, CABGx3
You must remove the fuel tank or disconnect the bed and slide it back enough to access the pump, your choice.
There is a tensioner under the power steering pump. Lossen the pulley with a 15MM socket .. Do not remove it ... On top of the bracket to the left of the PS pump there is an adjustment screw again 15MM lossen it as well and the tensioner pulley will provide slack in the belt....once there is enough slack in the belt remove it make notes on how the belt is routed on the Alt,AC etc.... Replace with a new belt and tighten the adjustment screw until proper tension is on the belt then tighten the tensioner pulley below the PS pump. This is for a 98 Wrangler TJ...
You should not have to remove the transmission to replace a slave cylinder. It should just unbolt. That model has 2 options, external and internal, sure enough I got the internal where you have to drop it. The Haynes manual shows an easy fix for external.
It is on the input shaft of the transmission (inside the bellhousing). to remove it you need to remove the transmission enough to slide the input shaft, remove the hydraulic lines that control it and slide it off the shaft.
Take the cover plastic off of the column, insert key turn switch to run position and look underneath lock cylinder for a small hole, inserst something small enough to fit but sturdy enough not to bend, then pull switch out
I believe a woman by the name of Joanne Cannon invented the serpentine bassoon.... Yea sure enough here's their webpage: http://home.mira.net/%7Efavilla/
when the belt has no slack in it
If the tensioner isn't tight enough it's probably the spring. You can purchase a serpentine belt tensioner to replace the one that has become weak.
Well if you continue to drive it with a defective master cylinder, your brakes will eventually fail, and you can end up having a wreck and possibly killing yourself or someone else. Is that enough damage for you? Replace the master cylinder and don't be an idiot.
It Could Be Your Serpentine Belt too tight or not tight enough.
just had to replace mine and had to undo the motor mount. be sure to jack motor with a wood block on jack unde the oil pan. just enough pressure on jack to hold up motor. take out the motor mount bolts and drop motor just enough to get belt between the mount and the support where the bolts go through.
Was that the only code that caused you to replace it? Do you have it close enough to sense again.
Could be a couple causes for this: * the tensioner may need replacing - not keeping enough tension on the "S" belt * worn (stretched) serp belt - replace ~ every 50 or 60k miles.