To change the front fender on a Holden Astra locate all of the mounting bolts. They will be located on the bumper, under the wheel well, on the side skirt, under the hood, and in between the door. Loosen and remove them, then pull the fender.
65 + 30° + 15° 6) you should use new bolts and locking compound
What tension bolt? There are many bolts under tension.
Remove the bolts.
If it is a drive belt and not a serpentine belt is has no tensioner. You manually adjust the tension by normally adjusting tension by moving the alternator. Loosen to bolts holding the alternator in place and then adjust the tension. Tighten the bolts when the tension is right. If it is serpentine belt if you follow the belt around the the engine you will see the tensioner.
Mr. Spencer let Holden stay at his house. Holden wakes up late at night to find Mr. Spencer stroking his head. Holden panics. Mr. Spencer freaks out and denies that he was doing anything. Holden bolts anyway.
The tension bolt should not be removed. The four bolts holding the alternator in place need to be removed, the loosening tension bolt will give enough slack to get the belt off.
whats the tension supposed to be on the 4age cam bolts
The power steering belt on a Vectra 1.8 can be tightened by loosening the alternator bolts and using a pry bar to apply tension. The bolts can then be tightened to maintain the tension.
Yes, I recommend you install new head bolts.
There should be 4 bolts on the back between the brakes and the sprocket, the top two will have slots that should be of equal distance once finished.Loosen all 4 bolts then take the jam nut loose at the chain tension bolt This bolt should be on the same side as the sprocket and chain. Turn the tension bolt clockwise until the chain has about 1 1/2" of slack in it. Tighten everything back up and you should be good.
High tensile bolts are used , where maximum tension is possible in structure as in PEB structure rafter, or Hanging parts.
Power steering/Drive belt Adjustment To adjust P/S belt tension, loosen tension pulley bolts and turn tension pulley using hexagon wrench. Adjust belt tension to specification described in CHECK. Then tighten tension pulley bolts to specified torque. Tightening torque P/S belt tension pulley bolt (a): 25 Nm (2.5 kgf-m, 18.5 ft. lbs.)
Yes you need a Torx bit to remove the sump plug. Also be careful when you remove the sump plug, there is a O ring on the plug that may fall off. Oh by the way, alot of Astra bolts use Torx (Many manufacturers recomend that you replace the sump plug & o ring)
Don't know about the Holden specifically, but in general, the starter will be held in place with two bolts. First, you'll want to disconnect the negative battery cable, then look at how the wiring is attached to the starter (which wire goes to which terminal). Then disconnect the wiring (should only be 2-3 wires). Then locate and remove the two bolts holding the starter in place. Installation is the reverse of removal.
There is no adjustment of the pump. You can adjust belt tension, by loosing and adjusting tension with the bolts holding it in place, but that is all.
This is a known problem caused by a design flaw. It is caused by the tension pulley under the deck being too loose. The bolts may loosen themselves due to vibrations. You should be able to tighten the bolts on the pulley yourself, that should resolve the problem for you. If the belt falls off again, just re-tighten the bolts again. In 2007 there was also a recall for this exact product due to tension springs breaking. So the belt has not been the only problem with the product.
1. Disconnect battery cables. 2. Remove and replace alternator. 3. Reconnect battery cables. The alternator should be held in place by a couple of bolts. what about the belt tension
According to my information the following specifications apply for engine assembly of this model: 29 ft-lb 39n.m for the 10 mm bolts and 9 ft-lb for the 8 mm bolts.
no your thermostat should be close to one of your radiator pipes under a cast alloy housing at the end of one of your black pipes normally has three bolts holding the housing in place
2 torx bolts at top need to come out then take off oil cap and pull it up
You should torque the head bolts by alternating from and to end, working towards the center. The head bolts should be torqued in 40 pound intervals.
loosen up the bracket that holds the tension on the belts then tigten up the adjustement bolts that pull the bracket then re tighten the bolts.
Most often they were tension bolts used to square up the structure or earthquake bolts commonly used to square up a structure after an earthquake.