Did you change out the belt? I had a chirping and squeaking on mine and my 95 Impala and I couldn't isolate it so I went with the cheapest repair, a new belt and low and behold it solved the problem. As soon as I hear a noise now, it's belt first then more expensive parts last! Good Luck
The alternator tell, can be replaced by loosening the tensioner pulley. With the tensioner pulley loose the belt will easily come off and can be replaced.
Loosen the tensioner pulley. Put the belt around the alternator pulley and the tensioner pulley. Move the tensioner pulley to the right until the belt is tight. Tighten the tensioner pulley.
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.
You will need to loosen the tensioner pulley. Put the alternator belt on. Push the tensioner pulley to the left until the alternator belt is tight. Tighten down the tensioner pulley.
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.
Loosen the tensioner pulley. The tensioner pulley will slide to the right. This will loosen the alternator belt. So it can be removed.
Begin by loosening the tensioner pulley on your 1999 Mitsubishi Eclipse. The alternator belt will become loose and can be removed. Put the new alternator belt on and tighten the tensioner pulley.
You can remove your 1993 Mitsubishi alternator belt by loosening the tensioner pulley. Slide the tensioner pulley to the right. The alternator belt will become loose and can be removed. Reverse the process to put the new alternator belt on.
Loosen the tensioner pulley to remove the belt. Remove the wiring harness. Remove the retaining bolts. The alternator will come off and can be replaced with a new one.
You don't. If it has stretched too much for the tensioner pulley to handle, you need a new belt. Or, if the tensioner pulley is not applying correct tension, the tensioner pulley must be replaced.
There is a crankshaft pulley, alternator pulley, power steering pump pulley, AC pulley, idler pulley, tensioner pulley, etc.
Moving clockwise starting at the Alternator pulley - over power steering pump - down under compressor pulley - over to torsional damper - around damper to auto tensioner - around auto tensioner - back to alternator pulley.
You can change the alternator belt, on your 1994 General Motors vehicle, by loosening the tensioner pulley. The loosened the tensioner pulley will create slack in the belt. Remove the belt and replace with a new belt.
I assume you mean the idler pulley on your timing assembly, if this is the case then the belt is too tight loosen tensioner pulley. if you mean the automatic tensioner pulley for your alternator and A/C and the like, the you probably need a new tensioner] Good Luck
If your car has a serpentine belt it will have a tensioner pulley. A tensioner pulley is easy to spot. All of your bolt on accessories i.e. water pump, alternator, a/c compressor etc. will have a pulley to run each one. There will be 2 other types of pulleys, a idler pulley and a tensioner. The idler pulley will be a single stationary pulley with a bolt going through the middle and the tensioner pulley will be on a spring loaded piviot.
Wilson the alternator belt. With the tensioner pulley. Remove the wiring harness from the alternator. Remove the four alternator retaining bolts.
Assuming you have a 91 to 02 LX with AC, power steering and alternator the belt starting with the tensioner on top then it goes clockwise to the alternator, power steering, idler pulley, A/C, crankshaft pulley---------back to the tensioner.
There should be a spring loaded tensioner pulley. If the pulley isn't holding the belt sufficiently tight you may need to replace the tensioner.
There is only 2 tensioner pulley on a Dodge Shadow 2.5L and that's right above the belt that drives the water pump and alternator... that tensioner pulley opperates the AC Compresser and the other one goes for the timing belt.
To the best of my knowledge an alternator belt tensioner is just a fancy way to refer to the pulley that the alternator belt goes around yes they do lock up if your having that problem you've probably already shredded your alternator belt and youll need to purchase a new belt and a new pulley now depending on what kind of vehicle you have you may have to rent a special tool from the auto parts store to remove and or install your pulley which if im not mistaken you will want to ask for a pulley tensioner remover i hope i helped some!
theres gonna either be a tensioner bolt or tensioner pulley... u should beable to locate waterpump, crank, a/c, alternator, powersteering,idle pulley. knowing the car woulda been easier
Wilson the tensioner pulley and remove the alternator belt. Remove the wiring to the alternator. Remove the alternator retaining bolts. Remove the alternator and replace with a new alternator.
put a wrench on the pulley side of the tensioner (15mm?) and turn. The pulley arm will move & loosen up the belt.
Remove the alternator wiring harness. Loosen the tensioner pulley. Remove the alternator belt. Remove the alternator retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install the new alternator.
Remove the alternator belt by loosening the tensioner pulley. Remove the wiring from the alternator. Remove the retaining bolts to the alternator. Reverse the process to install the new alternator.