a spring loaded
you dont, it has a spring loaded tensioner
You don't. It employs a spring loaded automatic belt tensioner pulley located usually on the passenger side of the engine. If your serpentine belt is too loose, either the tensioner pulley has failed (possible, but unlikely) or the belt has stretched beyond the limits of the tensioner pulley and needs to be replaced (more likely).
Yes. There is a spring loaded arm attached to the block (or head) to keep tension on the serpentine belt. You can tell which pulley it is because it will have a fairly long hex-shaped spindle in the middle (for putting a wrench on to better relieve the tension). Look for a pulley with nothing much behind it.
Find the spring-loaded tensioner pulley on the top of the engine and get a socket to fit it. Use a large breaker bar or socket to ease tension off the belt. Pull the old belt off and route the new one in it's place. Let the tensioner pulley back down and you're back in business.
Spring loaded belt tensioner on the lower driver side.
When looking form the passenger side of the car the tension pulley is on the right hand side. It is the one located in the middle of the "column" (second one down slightly indented to the left)
You don't, it has a spring loaded tensioner, If the serpentine belt is loose the tensioner has failed and needs to be replaced
If you noticed it has a spring loaded tensioner just for that reason, To keep things from wering out so soon. I would say that it was time for the bearing to go out.
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your questoin is not specific, there are many pulley's
on my 2003 there is a knob on the left hand side of the dash that controls the headlites. if you turn it all the way to the left (its spring loaded) while the vehicle is on the lites will turn off.