I had the same problem. If you have a Power Steering pump, it is attached to an adjuster bracket. Losten the bolt ( 10mm I think) just below the wheel then push the pump down the belt will loosen. For the other belt the alternator has the same thing, but the bolt is on top of the laternator, and you pull the alternator towards the front of the car which will give the belt slack to remove. Replace belts then pull the pump/alternator back in place then tighten bolt.
Assuming you're asking about the serpentine belt, you cannot adjust the tension. If the belt is too loose it's either because it needs to be replaced or the belt tensioner needs to be replaced.
You cannot tighten the belt. It has a tensioner that holds the proper tension. If the belt is loose then either the belt is worn out or the tensioner has failed.
You cannot adjust the tension on this, it has a spring inside of it. If it is weak, it must be replaced.
even with the tensioner loosened all the way i still cannot get the belt on. Any suggestions on how to get the belt on?
There is an adjuster on the power steering pump. One cannot adjust it as it has an automatic tensioner if the belt is squeaking it is time to replace belt/tensioner or both
Engine used a serpentine belt, with a spring-loaded tensioner. You cannot tighten the belt. If the belt is slipping, either one of the driven components is going bad and dragging the belt, or the tensioner is bad.
This vehcile uses a serpentine belt. The belt tension is set automatically by the tensioner. If the tensioner is stuck and will not apply tension to the belt then it is defective and needs replacing.
Serpentine belts have an automatic tensioner, which cannot be adjusted. But your problem sounds like poor alternator performance, have it checked, at your local parts store most do it for free.
You cannot. It is automatically tensioned by the part that you describe. If it is out of adjustment, a new belt and tensioner is required.
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Worn belt or belt that has stretched to the point the tensioner cannot keep the proper tension. The tensioner can also be defective. Replace the belt and the tensioner.
You cannot adjust the belt tension on a 2000 dodge grand caravan. This vehicle is equipped with an automatic tensioner. If tensioner is frozen or will not hold the belt tight, it must be replaced.
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You cannot adjust the tensioner. It is automatic, and takes out the slack of a stretching/aging cam chain. Once the tensioner has fully extended, the only fix is to replace the chain and the part of the tensioner the chain rides on if it is worn.
Open the hood and count them. They should be replaced when they are worn out. Inspect them for fraying, cracks on the top side, or if they are streatched to the point they cannot be adjusted properly. ************ There is only one serpentine belt on the 9th Generation Corolla, 2003 to 2009 model years, all have the same engine, the 1.8Liter 1ZZ FE and has spring loaded tensioner, the only reason the belt can become 'loose' is the tensioner has become weak or broken. Yes, inspect it, but Toyota has no set mileage interval for replacement. It will last at least 60,000 miles or more. There is an exception to the 9th Generation, the XRS Trim was available for the 2005 and 2006 model years with a High-Performance 2ZZ GE 1.8Liter, but still with a single belt.
A serpentine belt has an idler pulley on is to keep it tight at all times. If your serpentine belt is loose, then something is worn out. Its possible the idler pulley is stuck in its bracket so it cannot move or the spring on it is worn out.
you need to take it to a Toyota dealer. this cannot be done without a Toyota special tool
No, you cannot.
Us a 15 mm wrench to release the tension on the serpentine belt and remove it. Jack up the vehicle and support it on jack stands. With a universal joint and a really long extension, remove the 15 mm nut on the back side to the engine bracket. You cannot see the bolt, you just have to feel for it. Pull the old tensioner out and put the new one in. Tighten the 15 mm nut down reinstall the drive belt.
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There should be a sticker in the engine compartment to show u, or the owners manual or just go by the dealer and just ask someone just do it do not be afraid to ask someone they cannot say no and shout u too...TOUGH LOVE LARRY Ok my b5 AFN engined Passat serpentin belt code 5PK1588. Would have posted a jpeg drawing but site wont let me. With the Air-con belt removed, thread the new serpentine belt between the tensioner and fan first, with the grooves against the tensioner, and work counter clockwise i.e. crank, bottom idler, power steering. Then lever the tensioner away from the fan with a 15mm spanner and slip the belt over the alternator pulley, that way there's no need for the service position. Refit your air-con belt and your good to go.
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If the tensioner cannot put a full 'load' on a new belt (as shown by the wear indicator markings on the side of the tensioner) - it's likely the tensioner requires replacing.NOTE: some sources recommend replacing it at 60,000A bad pulley (bearing) would be making whining/screaming noises.See "Related Questions" below for more
Yes, if I can. If I cannot someone else will. Ask your question.
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