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Where is the bolt that loosens the water pump belt to allow you to put on the alternator belt?


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2004-11-11 05:00:36
2004-11-11 05:00:36

DO U HAVE ANY IDEA IF THE VEHICLE HAS AN ENGINE OR MODEL OR MAYBE IN WHAT YEAR OR COUNTRY ?????????????

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on the alternator on top is a bolt losen that bolt and it will allow you to move alternator causing belt to losin

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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.

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Yes, it has a serpentine belt that drives the alternator, water pump, A/C, & power steering. One belt for them all.

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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.


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