Check the diagram under the hood. You might have the belt routed the wrong way.
The water pump mounted on the front of the engine, with a drive pulley attached to the pump hub. The serpentine belt usually drives the pulley.
you have to determine which pulley it is. if the sweak is consistent, it could be the tensioner, water pump, well these are the first to go. the serpentine doesnt control timing. and loose is a possibiity.
On a 3.3l the water pump is driven by the serpentine belt. On a 3.0l the water pump is driven by the timing belt.
Behind the water pump pulley. The water pump is small so the water pump pulley covers the entire pump so you can't see it. Once you remove the serpentine belt and the water pump pulley, the pump is easily accessible.
Replacing the water pump and belt should not affect turn signal operation.
On my '92 it is below and behind (towards the back of the engine) the water pump. It can be easily recognized on most cars because it's only pulley that rolls on the BACK of the serpentine belt; a BRILLIANT idea if you ask me.
It goes underneath the water pump and around the next pulley.
Rear most and lowest pulley on the serpentine belt.
The water pump would be a standard rotation. The serpentine belt moves clockwise on the model truck which would make it standard not reverse. With a serpentine belt system like the one in the 2000 S10 4.3, any pulley that is grooved turns clockwise. Any pulley that is smooth turns counterclockwise. The water pump pulley on that S10 is smooth and turns CCW.
if replacing the battery doesnt fix it.
should be a sticker on fan shroud Alternator, idler pulley, power steering, a/c, tensioner pulley, crankshaft pulley, water pump this is the order cant upload the picture but when placing the belt on if the pulley has the grooves in it the grooved side of the belt should face the pulley and if the pulley is smooth then the back of the belt faces the pulley
The water pump on this model is located on the top of the engine to the side with the serpentine belt. Its pulley will be the one with the smooth wheel
stand on passenger side of car with hood open and look at the pulley of the serpentine belt that is the closest to the radiator, the pump is in back of that pulley, very easy to change.
No. The serpentine belt controls A/C, alternator, water pump, power steering pump, and that is it. And if the belt is replaced properly, it will not cause damage to anything.
If your car has a serpentine belt it will have a tensioner pulley. A tensioner pulley is easy to spot. All of your bolt on accessories i.e. water pump, alternator, a/c compressor etc. will have a pulley to run each one. There will be 2 other types of pulleys, a idler pulley and a tensioner. The idler pulley will be a single stationary pulley with a bolt going through the middle and the tensioner pulley will be on a spring loaded piviot.
Your water pump is located behind your serpentine belts, where your timing cluster is, the best way to access it will be to loosen your radiator and pull it forward, remove both serpentine belts, and dismount the tensioner pulley under your alternator, and after you remove all the cover shields to your timing cluster, your water pump is the pulley in the center. If you are over 120,000 miles it would be smart to change your timing belt and your tensioner pulley as well. Be sure to have a tight seal on your new water pump because it's a real hassle to keep going in there.
The serpentine belt can be replaced easily by removing the supercharger pulley first than pulling the serpentine belt off completely now that is is loose. Once you pull of the supercharger pulley than the entire belt can be pulled off quite easily and replaced. Installing the serpentine belt is opposite of removal. Just put some weight on the pulley as you press it down on the serpentine belt when reinstalling the belt and pulley than slide it back on the slide bolt holder. You will know what to do at this point. Than install the bolt and the job is done. It takes about 15 minutes to replace the belt if you are good. Otherwise it may take up to an hour if you lack some muscle to push the pulley down over the belt in order to slide it back on. The same approach works for the AC belt but you need to remove the AC pulley which is right next to the AC compressor. This pulley near the compressor does have a history of squeeling since it is close to the ground and gets a higher does of road water after driving through puddles. It needs to be replaced every 5 years or so. Just keep that in mind. I have found this approach to be the fastest and most efficient way of replacing the belt. Dave (Las Vegas)
there should be 3 or 4 bolts that hold pulley on, just remove these bolts a pulley should come off. but remove belt first ! if pulley keeps turning while removing bolts. you can hold it stationary with a scredriver or similar.
The serpentine belt runs from the crankshaft pulley to all the units that need to be turned, alternator, power steering, water pump, etc. There is one pulley that is spring loaded that keeps the correct tension on the belt. That is the tensioner pulley. That can be moved to release the tension on the belt so that the belt can be removed.
the timing belt is not the same as the serpentine belt.the serpentine belt goes around your water pump pulley and the power steering pump,air condition compressor pulley and the alternator pulley.the timing belt goes around the camshaft and the crankshaft.it is not visable without taking the timing belt cover off.
If the idler pulley is frozen, it is high time to replace the timing belt and the idler. And while that job is being done, consider replacing the water pump and thermostat.
if the belt breaks. you will loose alternater, water pump, a/c etc. no power, and it will over heat from the pulley not turning the water pump.
spray soapy water on belt while engine is running if noise stops change your serpentine belt if it still chirps you have a bad idler pulley or tensioner to make sure remove belt and spin each pulley by hand try to find the one that doesnt turn freely or noise
The water pump is driven by the pulley and serpentine belt on the left side of the engine. You'll need to remove the water pump pulley to access the water pump housing bolts. You may need to remove other pulleys to access the bolts. Replace the water pump gasket to prevent leaks.
I need a diagram for a serpentine belt for a 1994 f150 with 5.0 engine I need a diagram for a serpentine belt for a 1994 f150 with 5.0 engine There should be a sticker near radiator shroud that has belt routing. If not stick the belt down past the right side of fan/water pump .put belt on crank pulley then pull back of belt over water pump and then down around power steering pulley and up over compressor pulley. put belt from crank pulley around smog pulley then up to tensioner with back of belt around tensioner and then around alternator pulley.next put rachet and socket(15 mm) on tensioner and pull on it while placing belt under idler pulley.