There is not a diagram under the hood showing how to replace the serpentine belt. Can you show me a diagram?
picturediagram of how to install 89 Cherokee serpentine belt
In the engine compartment, somewhere in front of the top of the radiator, there should be a diagram sticker showing how to run the serpentine belt
where can you find a free diagram for putting a air conditioning belt on a 2001 Montero sport Mitsubishi?
On top of the radiator front middle area there should be a diagram right behind the hood latch
its not why its just A diagram of a compass showing direction.
get a chilton guide book
under neath the hood there should be a diagram sticker showing the routing of the belt , if not i usually go to the library and look at the chilton manuals.
there's a routing diagram right in the engine compartment on the right (passenger) end of the engine if yours is gone just take a camera to a dealership
My 1995 Ford Explorer has a diagram in the front of the engine compartment showing how the serpentine belt is routed . Does your Ford Aerostar not have that .
Usually there is a service sticker located on top of the radiator showing how to install the belt with or without ac.
Go to www.autozone.com Click on repair info, specifications, belt routing, then input your vehicle information. Once it loads up click on view diagram.
A belt routing diagram for the 3.0L engine can be found at http://tearstone.com/eclipsefsm/GR00005300-00.pdf on page 00-46.
It should be either under the hood in the engine compartment or in your owners manual.
Getting the serpentine belt onMost vehicles don't require you to remove parts to install the serpentine belt. Most vehicles have a diagram on the hood or under the hood showing the proper alignment and direction of a serpentine belt. There is a tensioner that must be pulled to allow you to install the belt. With out a 1/2" Socket wrench you will not be able to put the belt on your car. If you don't have a diagram and cant find the tensioner pulley I suggest asking a mechanic for help. Its not time consuming if you know what your doing. I can change my serpentine belt in 10 mins MAX, on my Lincoln caddy and x terra. None of them require removing a part.
A factor free is a diagram showing the prime factorization of a number.
Check your owners manual to find the location of your fuses. There should be a diagram showing where each fuse is located.
I use a flat bar to push up on the tensioner so I can get the belt loosened to take it off. Standing in front of your car with the hood raised, look to either side of the top of the radiator, there is usually a diagram showing how to replace the belt.
Just fill in the year make and model to get the belt diagram. Mercedes Benz 1989 300e http://www.mvreader.com/multiview/dayco/index.php?bgInterchange=1&l=n
If you own the car look under the hood and there should be a diagram showing the belt path and what pulleys to capture and which one is the tension release pulley.
The correct routing for a serpentine belt on a 1990 Chevy 350 Van can be found in a Chilton's Automotive Repair Manual. Chilton makes repair manuals for nearly every vehicle.
For most cars and trucks there is a diagram showing the pattern the belt should take for each pulley. This is usually located under the hood on the radiator support. The vehicles I've had experience with have an idler pulley which supplies tension on the serpentine belt. This pulley is spring loaded, by using the correct size wrench, pull up on the pulley, relieving the tension on the belt and sliding the belt off or on.
Normally the vehicle has this information upon opening the hood. If there is a lot of dirt and grease on the front of your vehicle once you open the hood, you may discover the sticker showing you the serpentine belt diagram. Otherwise you may want to consider buying a repair manual specific for your vehicle for present, and future repairs.