Check radiator To try and expand on that thought...
That particular part of the engine has a number of places where the engine coolant system come together - lots of joints/seams/hoses, etc...
You're going to have to study the area, bright light comes in handy, to try and "pinpoint" the specific spot the vapor smoke is coming from. And it's going to a small source since it's 'vapor-like'.
Once you can tell exactly where it originates, there'll be plenty of detailed help here - like how to change the radiator, waterpump, thermostat, hoses, etc...
There is ( 1 ) serpentine belt used to drive the engine accesories : ( But there are different belts used depending on what engine you have " Vulcan " with air conditioning , " Vulcan without air conditioning , the DOHC " Duratec " engine etc. )
There are "v" belts, "serpentine" belts and "timing" belts.
What kinda model, make? I just had to replace all my belts, serpentine and all... It was a pain, because my water pump went out and broke all the belts. -Jajo ;)
Just one - the now standard 'serpentine', or 'accessory drive' belt. See "Related Questions" below for more
It does not have an Air Compressor. If you are talking about the A/C Compressor, then just look at the drive belts. One of these belts is driving the compressor. If it has one serpentine belt, it is driving the A/C compressor, PS pump, Alternator, & Water Pump. Just follow the belt to find it.
No - the serpentine belt's only job is to drive the other components like the power steering and air conditioning. There is a timing chain that handles that job. See "Related Questions" below for more about serpentine belts.
Yes, there are "v" belts, "serpentine" belts and "timing" belts.
It has 2 serpentine belts.
what engine size? 2.0 soc does not have serpentine belts,has 2 serpentine timng belts. need engine size to help more.
Serpentine belts for cars may be purchased from auto parts stores like Auto Zone, while serpentine belts for vacuum cleaners may be found at stores like Bed Bath & Beyond. Businesses that service vehicles, such as Express Lube and Chicagoland Jiffy Lube, may also replace old serpentine belts.
the 4g63t does not have a serpentine belt, it has drive beltS
Behind the timing belt cover, which is behind the serpentine belt you can actually see on the passenger (right) side of the engine compartment. You will need to remove the serpentine belt and numerous other items before accessing the timing belt cover - not easy. New belts are $300.
Three: A timing belt and two serpentine belts. The timing belt drives the water pump and camshaft The serpentine belts drive the power steering, ac, and alternator.
yes the serpentine belt will be hot after running engine
One serpentine, and one "v" belt.
Depending on how many miles are on your vehicle. If you have 35k or more you need to replace your serpentine belt or all of your accessory belts. And if you have 89k or more you need to replace your serpentine or accessory belts and your timing belt.
the nova never had a serpentine belt in 1976, it had 2 belts on it unless it had air conditioning and then it had 3 belts.
That is not true, there are 2 belts, one to power alt-water pump and one to power ac-power steering. They are both serpentine belts. There is no Serpentine belt on a 2.4 liter optima, there are 3 drive belts only
First of all, they are the same as the fan belts on any other car. The fan belt(s) are the serpentine drive belt(s) that turn your fan and other accessories (like alternator, compressor, power steering) They are often referred to as serpentine belts, drive belts, and accessory drive belts. The are located on the outside of your engine, driven by the main pulley (crankshaft pulley). R. Mesyef
Depends on year and engine. Any after 1996 have serpentine belts.
By replacing the belt tensioner, this is a serpentine belt systems there is no adjusting the alternator bolt tighten the drive belts, if the belts are loose you must replace the belt tensioner and the belt to retain optimum performance from you Charging sytem as well as you other equipment being driven by the belt system.
Its located on the passenger side near the bottom,you can see it from the top if you follow the belts on the side of the engine...
all new cars have serpentine belts for the most part.