Free online diagrams can be found at Dayco.com. They offer a free online comprehensive serpentine belt reference tool - including routing diagrams and tensioner information.
Somewhere under the hood, usually on the fan shroud or near the radiator, there should be a sticker with a diagram of the belt routing, 2001 may even be on the hood. On this diagram it will show a tensioner pulley and idler pulley and the approximate location. Most Fords use a 15mm or 16mm bolt on the tensioner. This is where you put a wrench to rotate the tensioner and remove the belt. When you turn the tensioner bolt, turn towards the front of the car. There will be a lot of tension so pull hard.
Put a wrench on the (spring loaded) tensioner/idler pulley and take out the tension. You can then remove the belt. Replace the belt by fitting it around the pulleys and lastly loosening the tension with the tensioner/idler pulley to allow the belt to fit over the last pulley.
See "Related Questions" below for links to online serpentine belt routing diagrams
Go to autozone.com, select your make/model and they offer online service manuals. In there, you will find diagrams for serpentine belt routing.
The "Related Question" below has links to online sources of serpentine belt routing diagrams - they do cover vehicles back to the 80's.Just fill in the vehicle information and select no a/c.
Diagram of the belt routing?Diagram of the pullies/tensioner configuration?See "Related Questions" below forFor written instructions for replacing a belt,For links to online sources of routing diagramsOnline sources of illustrations/diagrams/photos
serpentine belt routingIt is usually marked on the radiator shroud and shows a diagram if not there check another vehicle with the serpentine belt diagram or go to you local library and ask to check a chilton manual on Chevy 305/350 Wayne Also, a good online resource with schematics is the AutoZone website.
Dayco.com offers a free online comprehensive serpentine belt reference tool - including routing diagrams and tensioner information.See "Related Links" below See "Related Questions" below for links and installation tips for serpentine belts.
Its in the engine compartment ( but sometimes not ), the owners manual, in the haynes or chiltons manual, or online at autozone.com
You can see the serpentine belt diagram from the 2000 Ford Focus online at places like Focus Fanatics. You can also find this diagram at Go Parts.
The alternator is one of the simple components on a Taurus - 3 bolts hold it on, and only 2 wire connections.Diagrams though can be found at places like Autozone.com's Repair Guide, hard-copy of a service manuals, etc.One diagram that does come in handy is the serpentine belt, aka accessory drive belt, routing. One of the "Related Questions" below will provide links to online serpentine belt routing diagrams.
autozone.com has online manuals you can get that info from
go to napa auto parts online
Diagrams for the 1992 Ford Temp serpentine belt replacement can be found online. One site that shows the diagram is 2 Car Pros. There should also be a diagram under the hood of the car.
AutoZone.Com will have info about your car.
When working on a vehicle it is important to have a diagram. The brake diagram can be found in maintenance books and in online forums.
Everything you could want to know about Windstar serpentine belts is in the "Related Questions" ... from installing to finding online diagrams.
If an online search has failed, then the diagram can be found in a service manual. The manual may be available at your local library, or auto parts.
You might reference the same question for the Windstar (see below) for valuable tips on doing replacing the serpentine belt. The process should be virtually identical. Also see "Related Questions" below for online source of serpentine belt routing diagrams in case you need it.
Look around under the hood. Look on the fenders and around the radiator for a tag that shows it...
Your local parts store should have a belt routing diagram in their serpentine belt catalog. I know for a fact that NAPA and Carquest can provide you with this.The online AutoZone diagram was wrong. Take a photo of it.Make sure the new belt is the same size.Got a 2001 Crown Vic, Police Interceptor, was replacing the serpentine belt, got called away after taking it off, forgot how it went back.To no avail the internet was useless, wrong pic; but others had the same question. Remembered I had taken a lot of photos when I replaced intake, and there was the magic photo that saved my day. others!Put up a photo on my site:http://clrsread.services.officelive.com/01CrownVic.aspx
Autozone.com gives you access to free online repair manuals. You just enter your vehicle information and log on and you can use them anytime. You can get the diagram and print it out Autozone.com gives you access to free online repair manuals. You just enter your vehicle information and log on and you can use them anytime. You can get the diagram and print it out Autozone.com gives you access to free online repair manuals. You just enter your vehicle information and log on and you can use them anytime. You can get the diagram and print it out
First, find a diagram of the correct routing around the pulleys for your car. There may be one on a sticker under the hood somewhere; if not you may find one online, or just draw a diagram of the old one before you remove it. On a serpentine belt system, there is one pulley that tensions the belt. Relieve the tension on this pulley, and remove the old belt. Install the new one, carefully following your diagram. Make sure that you get the grooved side of the belt on the ribs of the ribbed pulleys correctly; you don't want it over the edge of the pulley.
You can find a diagram for your truck online. Autozone.com gives you access to free online repair manuals. You just enter your vehicle information and log on and you can use them anytime.
should be diagram under hood some where or check auto parts stores online a lot of them have that info available