buy a gates belt it got a diagram on the back of box
The alternator on this car is at the front of the motor on the driver's side between the air intake and the engine, above the power steering pump.
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Under the dash, between the steering column, and the left kick panel. Mine is between the dash and door and one under the hood...
The power steering resevoir on a 2000 Pontiac Grand Prix Gt is located below the alternator. It is between the alternator and the fire-wall, and just below the two heater hoses..
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its located in between the power steering pump and alternator when in doubt follow the ac lines that run to and from it
Between the power steering pump and the water pump. The only one of two pulleys that is smooth versus grooved.
on the 3.8,s it is right behind the alternator but you have to look way down underneth ( so between the alternator and the firewall but down under) you will see the cap to fill it and you probally will need a long funnel
There is not a fusible link between the alternator and starter. There is a regulator on the alternator. The starter is directly connected to the battery, as is the alternator.
Generally there is NO fuse between the alternator and battery.
Standing in front of the car locate the alternator and power steering gear. The PCV is just to the right between them. The cover should have PCV stamped on it.
The timing belt is driven by the crank and turns the camshaft. The serpentine belt drives the alternator, air conditioning, power steering, etc.
The power steering reservoir on 2000 - 2005 Buick Lesabres is located below the alternator between the firewall and engine. This applies to 2000 - 2005 Imps with the 3800 as well. At least on the Lesabre you can use your right arm to access the small space below the alternator to get to the power steering cap; you will be REQUIRED to have a long funnel to fill the reservoir if needs be. As you will observe, GM could have done a better job on locating this. Good luck!
Wires between Alternator and Battery, and between Alternator plug connector and fuse box etc.
you dont need to remove drive shaft or remove engine mounts to change a alternator on a fiat doblo 1.9 diesel,ive just done one,remove dip stick,remove hoses into steering ram,get a scissor car jack,jack between sump & chassis only a little & alternator will slide out.
The alternator is on the passenger side between the firewall and the motor.
'Alternator' is simply another name for an a.c. generator.
is there a fuse between alternator and battery on a 2002 saab 93
Yes, if it shorts to ground internally.
A steering damper is a shock absorber mounted between the axle and steering linkage. It lessens the amount of vibrations felt in the steering wheel.
Loosen the mounting bolts for the alternator (one on left and one on right, both facing forward), then use the 3rd alternator bolt which faces up, unscrew it, and this will lower the alternator. Refit the new belt (make sure you center the new belt on all 3 pulleys engine, power steering, and alternator), then use the straight-up bolt to raise the alternator, tightening the belt. Careful not to set too tight-- you should be able to push the belt sideways 1/8 inch to 1/4 inch (cold engine) on the part between the alternator and the engine crankshaft. Retighten the 2 bolts facing forward-- this will lock the alternator in place. Drive the car for a day, then recheck belt tension when engine cools down-- sometimes will loosen a bit, so you must loosen the 2 bolts, raise the alternator a bit more, then retighten. This retighten should only have to be done once, if at all.
The alternator is on the passenger side and between the engine and the compartment wall.
None. 'Alternator' is simply another term for 'a.c. generator'.
There are only two bolts that hold the alternator to the motor. Find the two bolts in the front of the alternator and take those two off. You also have to disconnect the wiring from the top of the alternator (1 just unplug and the other unscrew off some metal piece attached to alternator). The way I pulled it out was by sliding up the steering fluid and stuffing the alternator between that and the motor. I also had to remove the black plastic cover on top of the engine, the one over the block and the one over the coolant cap/hood release so I could have some space. I have not put the alternator back in yet so I cannot help you there as of now.