A wiring diagram will make sure that everything is connected correctly. The wiring diagram for a 1992 Buick Skylark can be found in either of its manuals.
The diagram of a steering column for a Buick Skylark can be easily obtained from the manufacturer. General Motors is responsible for this information.
That info should be under the hood in the engine compartment, if not get a repair manual or use the internet to see if you can find the diagram that you need.
picture diagrams of engine for 1997 buick skylark
where can i get a diagram for a serpentine tensioner belt for a 1998 Oldsmobile bravada
the diagram is in the left corner closest to the passenger seat
The tensioner is between the alternator and the power steering pump. On the diagram, you'll see three pulleys at the top, with the belt going over the ones on the ends, and under the one in the middle. The one in the middle is indicating the tensioner.
A diagram showing which way the tensioner pulley fits on your Ford transit van can be obtained from most Ford dealerships. The diagram can also be obtained from most auto-parts stores.
You might have to hit the internet for that one. Maybe ask at a GM Service center. I know they keep diagrams on their computers but I don't know if they go that far back.
If you are looking for a diagram, an image search can help you out. Make sure to do a quick search to find what you are looking for.
When in doubt, call a GM dealer's service department.
Use a tensioner tool or wrech if you can to pull the tensioner so the belt loosens. thread in the new belt and release the tensioner to tighten the belt. Belt diagram is usually in the engine compartment
I know there's a diagram in the owner's manual. You can also call a GM dealer's service center to see if they can print one out for you.
make sure you have a diagram, use a long box end wrench to torque the tensioner which is near the top. When you rotate the bolt head, it will relax the tensioner. Remove the belt and then replace around all components except the tensioner. Push on the tensioner wrench again to make room for the belt to go over tensioner.
rotate the tensioner clockwise to release the tension and remove the belt then slowly release the tensioner. route new belt over the various pulleys according to the diagram under the hood again rotating the tensioner as to allow belt to fit in place and then slowly release the tensioner again.
I downloaded the diagram for a 1969 Chevrolet C 10, 350 V8 off the Web but I don't have the Web site address. If you write me I will forward it to you. email@example.com
the 5.3 is a v-8, not v-6. Anyways...locate the belt tensioner, put wrench on tensioner, remove tension and slip belt off. There should be a diagram of belt, pullies, and tensioner under the hood.
Look in the engine compartment for the "serpentine belt" path & tensioner diagram. Release the belt tension at the tensioner, remove & reverse operation.
First there is a belt routing diagram on the fan shroud or on the hood showing you how to run the belt second there is an automatic tensioner that is under constant tension all you have to do is find the proper size socket or wrench and put it on the tensioner bolt pull back and remove the belt. When replacing, route the belt as the diagram shows on the vehicle if there is no diagram you can get one from your nearest auto parts dealer. What I normally do is first I route the belt on the pulleys at the bottom and then route it around the alternator and PS Pump A/C Compressor once on the pulleys just pull the tensioner back and place the belt on the tensioner and release.
below the alternator. there is a diagram on the engine above the serpentine belt
Go to a GM dealer's parts department or service department. They would know.
You might try Chilton's or Haynes manuals. Amazon or Ebay has them dirt cheap.
There is a tensioner pulley on the belt and this should take care of this. Check the diagram of the belt routing just in front of your radiator. Tensioner pulley may be stuck also
Under the hood should be a diagram of the belt, this is your best reference without the service manual. All you have to determine is which direction to rotate the belt tensioner, then put the belt back on as shown in the diagram.