what is the bolt pattern for a1999 lexus es 300
You can make anything work, but if you want a direct bolt in and electrical connections, No.
Yea it will fit. Need some adjusting and slight body work to make it perfect. But to bolt on its a perfect match.
yes that is the correct lug pattern for that vehicle
12-Point Bolt Step 1: 40 ft lbs Step 2: 90 Degrees Recessed Bolts: 13 ft lbs
It comes off anti clockwise.
Looking into the engine compartment from the passenger side you you will see two large bolts and a smaller bolt on the alternator. The large upper bolt is the pivot bolt, the lower bolt is the locking bolt. The third bolt is used to adjust belt tension. 1. Loosen the alternator locking bolt. You may need a breaker bar to free the bolt. 2. Loosen the pivot bolt. 3. Turn the tension bolt counter clockwise to loosen tension, clockwise to increase tension. 4. Tighten the pivot bolt and locking bolt.
Loosen bolt in tension pulley, then loosen tension bolt. Replace belt. Tighten tension bolt. Last, tighten bolt through pulley.
Yes, it is used to adjust the tension on the A/C compressor. Looking into the engine compartment from the passenger side it is to the left of the alternator. To adjust tension you need to loosen the bolt which holds the pulley and then adjust the bolt which is directly above the pulley. Once you have proper tension tighten the pulley bolt.
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Loosen the bolt right below the tensioner screw and then tighten. Once it is tight enough, tighten the bolt back down and your done. Hello' Unless you are talking about the timing belt, there is not serpentine belt on a Lexus ES300. The timing belts is the one that runs thru the two camshaft, the water pump and the crankshaft. This belt can easily be tighten just like the above user say, however, be very carefull with the tensionomer, cause it has a pressed shaft on it that coul be dangerous.
On my 97 3.8L V6 the bolt was threded backwards rather than righty tighty.
It is torsion and tension while tightening, and pure tension when tightened
facing the engine you turn to the right it is r/ hand thread if you look at tne bolt head which is behind the pulley
Pretensioning is the tension on the bolt (when fastening) without any load applied to the bolt
On my 1993 Lexus ES300, the thermostat was down on the side of the engine near /in the water pump. You'll need to take off the passenger side front wheel, and the wheel well protective lining... Even then it is most obnoxious to get in there. You'll also (obviously) have to take off at least one belt, which means loosening the alternator (possibly), and the belt tensioner bolt. On my 1993 Lexus ES300, the thermostat was down on the side of the engine near /in the water pump. You'll need to take off the passenger side front wheel, and the wheel well protective lining... Even then it is most obnoxious to get in there. You'll also (obviously) have to take off at least one belt, which means loosening the alternator (possibly), and the belt tensioner bolt.
Loosen lock nut, turn tension bolt.
The tension bolt should not be removed. The four bolts holding the alternator in place need to be removed, the loosening tension bolt will give enough slack to get the belt off.
First you need a breaker bar and 19mm socket to fit the "tension bolt". Turn tension bolt clockwise to release tension in order to remove the serpentine belt.
Loosen the alternator mounting bolt and the tension-arm bolt. Push the alternator so the pulley tightens the belts. Tighten the tension-arm bolt, and then the mounting bolt.
Using a 15mm wrench, turn the bolt in the center of the idler pulley clockwise to relieve tension and remove the belt.
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The Lexus cylinder head bolt torque specification is 150 pounds. The cylinder head bolts should be torqued in 50 pound intervals.
The tension pulley should have a bolt that holds it on, allowing you to replace the unit.