You don't tighten it. It has an idler pulley that keeps the proper tension. If this is an old belt and is loose, then it needs replacing. If you have installed a new belt and it is loose, then either you installed the wrong belt or the idler spring is weak and the idler needs replacing.
I believe that you have the VG30 engine, if this is true you have to remove all of the belts and to do that you must find all of the adjuster screws for the accessories that are attached to the appropiate belts and lossen the pivot bolts. once all other belts are removed you can begin replacing. my advice is to replace all the belts while you are there and save your self from the hassle of this again.
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.
It has a cam belt. This engine is an interference engine and as such if the belt breaks serious engine damage will occur. Do not neglect replacing the belts. This engine has 2 belts that must be replaced at 105,000 miles. Camshaft & Balance Shaft belts. The water pump is also driven by the cam belt and should be replaced at the same time as the belts, as this will save you labor costs later on considering the pump will need replacing before the belts need replacing at 210,000 miles.
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Yes you can as long as it does not run any other components.................
if a serpentine belt is loose, it needs replacing. there is an automatic tension pulley on all serpentine belts. so just buy a new belt and install
you have to remove all belts
I can answer for my 2002 tundra V8 estimate is $575 or more depending on condition of other belts Indianapolis, Jan 2009
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it is recommended that timing belts on petrol vauxhalls be changed every 40,000 miles
There are probaby many reasons but one that I know of is anti-freeze. If some anti-freeze gets on the belt it can cause a squeak and it's hard to get rid of it without replacing the belt.
The recommended mileage to change a timing belt on a 1995 Nissan Pathfinder is 100,000 miles. The belt may need replaced before this.
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Open the hood on the Dodge and take a look. If you see one belt driving all the accessories then it has a serpantine belt. If you see multible belts driving the accessories, then is has standard drive belts. They may be V belts or U belts. You will have to look at each belt to see.
# Step 1 Identify which belts need to be replaced. If you are replacing the air conditioner belt, you may need to remove the alternator belt because of the way the belts are shared on the crankshaft pulley. As a result, some mechanics recommend replacing both belts together. # Step 2 Loosen the lock bolt for the belt you are replacing using owner's documentation. The lock bolt will be near the belt tensioner component. # Step 3 Turn the adjustment bolt to change tension on the belt. When the belt is loose enough, slip it off. # Step 4 Use your memory or a belt routing diagram to install the new belt on all pulleys. # Step 5 Adjust the adjustment bolt to replace tension on the belt. Tighten the lock bolt. # Step 6 Make sure the belt is correctly seated on all pulleys and that the ribs fit into grooves on the pulleys. # Step 7 Run the engine and check for any flapping or looseness that could indicate incorrect installation. (eHow.com)
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