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No, the timing belt may drive the water pump but the alternator is driven by a drive belt or a serpentine belt. Of course if the timing belt breaks the engine will not run thus stopping the alternator from turning.
Yes, it has a serpentine belt that drives the alternator, water pump, A/C, & power steering. One belt for them all.
your water pump and or alternator is frozen ( broken )
Loosen the alternator and push the alternator down and pull the belt off, put new belt over crank and water pump pulleys and around alternator pulley and pull up on the alternator to where the belt is tight and tighten the alternator bolts down.
Loosen the alternator tensioner bolt. The alternator belt will become loose. Remove the alternator belt. Put the new alternator belt on and reverse the process.
alternator drive belt?
A bad water pump.
Yes, I know of no engine where the alternator is driven by the cam belt. The alternator is driven by a drive belt or serpentine belt.
it goes on the crank water pump and alternator
No, not an alternator itself. A slipping belt driving the alternator and the water pump could though.
The alternator is driven by a drive belt or a serpentine belt. Follow the route of the belt and you will find the alternator.
If the alternator belt is the same belt as the other accessories, yes.
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.
Begin by removing the alternator tensioner bolt. Slide the alternator to the left. Remove the alternator belt. Reverse the process to install the new alternator belt.
take a 3/8" ratchet, insert it into the square piece of the tension pulley till it loosens the belt enough to slip it off the pulley for the alternator, take out the bolts holding the alternator to the bracket, unplug the wires, and reverse to put new one on.
The alternator belt on a 1994 Eclipse is replaced by loosening the alternator bolts, moving the alternator downward, and slipping the belt off. A new belt is then routed around the other accessories, placed on the alternator, and the bolts tightened.
You will need to loosen the alternator tensioner bolt. Slide the alternator to the left to loosen the alternator belt. Take the alternator belt off and reverse the process to install the new alternator belt.
The belt tensioner for the AC/Alternator belt is beneath the alternator. Facing the engine from bumper you can see the ac/alternator belt tensioner on the left side and beneath the alternator. Losen that bolt with size 12 socket. Next, loosen the tensioner bolt until the belt loosens. Now, with the Power Steering Belt you can loosen it by locating the belt tensioner usually found inside of the power steering belt on the power steering pump. Loosen both bolts and if needed pry UP the power steering belt tensioner and the belt should loosen. Repeat until belt comes off. Installation is the reversal of removal. NOTE: You may have to pry down the power steering pump tensioner to tighten the belt.
Loosen the tensioner bolt on your alternator. Slide the alternator to the left. Remove the alternator belt. Put the new alternator belt on and tighten the tensioner bolt.
You have to remove the power steering belt and the AC belt to remove the alternator belt.
under the alternator you will see a automatic belt tensioner you use a extra long 3/8 inch square breaker bar or a 3/8 ratchet wrench with a pipe extension the pulley is spring loaded so pull until belt loosens and pulls off do the same to put back on make sure there is a belt diagram on water pump pulley cover before you go nuts trying to figure out where belt goes make sure belt is on every pulley groove or belt will chew up and fly off
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.
BeltsYes, you must remove all of the belts to replace the alternator belt. The compressor belt first, then the power steering belt then the alternator belt.
The way the alternator belt raps around pulleys in the automobile differs by vehicle and engine. An alternator belt in an older vehicle usually just went around the fan blade, the water pump, and the alternator. Today's vehicles are more complicated and might require more pulleys.