The exploded view of the fan alternator water steering fluid pump belt assembly can be obtained from the car manufacturer. AMC is responsible for this information.
Loosen the alternator tensioner bolt. The alternator belt will become loose. Remove the alternator belt. Put the new alternator belt on and reverse the process.
alternator drive belt?
Yes, I know of no engine where the alternator is driven by the cam belt. The alternator is driven by a drive belt or serpentine belt.
The alternator is driven by a drive belt or a serpentine belt. Follow the route of the belt and you will find the alternator.
If the alternator belt is the same belt as the other accessories, yes.
Loosen the tensioner pulley. The alternator belt will come loose. Remove the alternator belt. Put the new alternator belt on and tighten the tensioner pulley.
Begin by removing the alternator tensioner bolt. Slide the alternator to the left. Remove the alternator belt. Reverse the process to install the new alternator belt.
Yes. Right below the alternator. The pump will also be belt driven. The fluid is located in the pump.
The alternator belt on a 1994 Eclipse is replaced by loosening the alternator bolts, moving the alternator downward, and slipping the belt off. A new belt is then routed around the other accessories, placed on the alternator, and the bolts tightened.
You will need to loosen the alternator tensioner bolt. Slide the alternator to the left to loosen the alternator belt. Take the alternator belt off and reverse the process to install the new alternator belt.
Loosen the tensioner bolt on your alternator. Slide the alternator to the left. Remove the alternator belt. Put the new alternator belt on and tighten the tensioner bolt.
You have to remove the power steering belt and the AC belt to remove the alternator belt.
You will need to loosen the alternator belt with the tensioner pulley. When the tensioner pulley is loose the alternator belt will become loose. Put the new alternator belt on and tighten the tensioner pulley.
Several potential reasons that your battery is not charging. It could be that your battery is too old and must be replaced. Alternatively, the electrolyte in your battery is low and that you have damaged your plates by not replacing the lost fluid with distilled water. Thus, you may have to replace your battery. Or, as you suggest, it could be a defective alternator (actually voltage regulator in the alternator). However, first you should check the belt your alternator runs off. If may be loose, causing the alternator not to charge the battery. Old belts develop multiple microcracks that will loosen the belt tension. Have you replaced your alternator belt since you purchased the vehicle (about every 50,000 miles)? If your belt is tight, it could be that your alternator is bad. Brake light could be related to alternator issue, or you have a separate problem with the brake fluid sensor. Remember to check your brake fluid at least monthly. Hope this helps.
BeltsYes, you must remove all of the belts to replace the alternator belt. The compressor belt first, then the power steering belt then the alternator belt.
how do you replace 1997 alternator belt
The alternator is driven by the serpentine belt. Follow the belt around the engine and you will find the alternator.
if the car doesn't have an automatic tensioner than if the belt is around the alternator pully you loosen the bolt holding the alternator on and move the alternator to tighten the belt.
It should be self adjusting, if it is slipping it could mean you need a new belt or a new belt tensioner.
loosen the alternator bolts up and push down on the alternator and take the old belt off and reinstall new belt over the pulleys and pry up on the alternator until you get about a 1/2" play in the belt when you push down on the belt and then tighten all the alternator bolts.
No, the timing belt may drive the water pump but the alternator is driven by a drive belt or a serpentine belt. Of course if the timing belt breaks the engine will not run thus stopping the alternator from turning.
There is a tensioner bolt that is connected to the alternator. You have to screw in the bolt, which will pull the alternator out and tighten the belt.
The alternator is driven by the drive belt. Find the belt and follow the routing and you will find the alternator.
Remove the belt from the alternator. The belt can be removed by loosening the belt tensioner. Remove the wiring harness from the alternator. Remove the cables from the alternator. Remove the retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install the new alternator.