It's located on the front of the engine. It's belt pully that isn't "driving" anything. It's just chillin' spinning freely..
Belt is worn out, or the idler pulley is defective. Replace the belt and inspect the idler puley.
6 quarts for the 6 cylinder. 5 quarts for the 4 cylinder.
either a 2.4 4 cylinder or 4.0 liter 6 cylinder engine
The factory engine sizes are a 2.5L four cylinder and a 4.0L six cylinder.
4.0 L inline 6 cylinder and 2.5 L inline 4 cylinder.
Idler PulleyI recently replaced a idler pulley on my Chevy 305 v8 from Auto Air of Oklahoma. Their web site is www.autoairofoklahoma.com, you might try them, I looked everywhere for a idler pulley before I found these guys. TJ
Go There is a nut behind the idler pulley. There is no spring like in most idler pulley's. You must loosen the nut first then use a 1/2 breaker bar or an belt tool to tighten the belt. Then re-tighten the nut.
.35 inches .89mm
replace the bushing where the clutch pedal attaches to the master cylinder arm.
Four cylinder needs five quarts, six cylinder needs six quarts.
it is on the top side of the bell housing on the drivers side