A cam belt spins the cams in the exact timing sequence for the valves to open, it is considered part of the internal engine workings and is absolutely necessary for operation. A fan belt operates the cooling fan and maybe other accesories such as power steering and air conditioning, it is on the outside of the motor.
A serpentine belt is one belt that runs all engine accessories (i.e. power steering pump, ac compressor, water pump, AND fan). A fan belt runs the fan only.
Yes , the fan belt drives the engine accessories , the timing belt is used to keep the engine crankshaft and pistons " in time " with the camshaft and valves
The fan belt drives the fan, water pump, alternator, power steering, air conditioner and air pump... if the vehicle has all of these. The fan belt (often a serpentine belt) can slip without any real problem other than a little noise. The cam belt (timing belt) looks quite different and only drives the camshaft. The timing belt is designed to keep the camshaft and crankshaft in perfect synchronization. The timing belt has "lugs", or specially designed bumps in the belt that align with slots in the crankshaft pulley and the camshaft pulley. To protect the timing belt from grease, mud and other hazards, the timing belt is usually behind a fairly significant protective cover.
I dont think the Saxo has a fan belt, it is a transverse engine and the fan is an electric one. If you mean the cam belt, you will need to get yourself the locking tools. It is not difficult to do, good luck
no as they have different names. No, the cam belt drives the engine cam and possibly water pump on some vehicles. The drive belt or serpentine belt drives the alternator, power steering pump, water pump, A/C compressor, & cooling fan on some vehicles.
The cam belt which works the water pump. Cheers. Donna
A supercharger runs off a belt driven directly from the engine where as the turbo runs off a belt driven by a fan in the exhaust
No, your Ford uses a timing chain to drive the cam.
REMOVE THE SINGLE DRIVE BELT, THEN REMOVE THE 4 MOUNTING BOLTS BETWEEN THE FAN AND THE BELT PULLEY. THE FAN MIGHT NEED TO BE WIGGLED OFF
There is no difference.
There is no fan belt it is an electric fan. Are you referring to the serpentine belt?
There is no fan belt. The fan is electric.
If it is a serpentine belt the automatic tensioner will adjust the belt for you. If it is an older "V" type belt--there should be 1/2" "play" at the middle of the belt, between the pulleys.
The Villager has an electric fan and does not use a "fan belt".
There is no fan belt, they have electric fans.
how do you change a fan belt on a 406
fan belt needs tightened
how do you tighten fan belt on l200
There is no fan belt.The fan is hydraulically controlled.Are you asking about the main drive/accessory belt?
NO, It has a Serpentine belt that drives all accessories but not the fan. The fan is driven by an electric motor and has no belt.
you should have three belts total. Going from the fan towards the distributer the first belt should be the power steering, then the actual fan belt, then the third belt is the alternator / a/c belt, i hope this is helpful for you! So for the answer to your question, there is one fan belt, the second belt in from the fan!
There is no fan belt on any year Fiero. Electric fan motor,
there is no fan belt. the fan is electric-motor powered.
No Cam Belt as we know it, but it does have a serpentine belt. This acts like a large old type fan belt driving the water pump, but also loops around the power steering pulley and air con pulley. If it breaks in service it will not cause any damage to the engine but you will loose power assist steering and cooling, so obviously you can not use the vehicle until it is replaced. A handy man could do this, as it is a strait swap, with no need to set engine timing etc as you would with a Cam Belt.