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1991 honda integra Ls

I have just installed the new air con belt after the person befor me removed was just wondering how i tighten the new one up as we cant find the bolt anywhere to tighten it.. and also how do i adjust the headlight we do wat they say but it doesnt work

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Buy a haynes manual (about $20) from your local parts store, amazon or haynes.com.  This will show you how to do anything you would ever have to do to the car in a consice easy to read manual.

generally there are 2 bolts on the a/c compressor, one is a long pivot bolt, the other is the one that goes through an arc shaped slot and is used to adjust tension,  loosen both (may not need to loosen pivot bolt) a small amount, then using something (maybe a piece of a 2x2) to lever the compressor out to make the belt tight, then tighten the ajdustment bolt while keeping tension on the compressor.  now you can let the leverage go and tighten the pivot bolt.    have fun.    If you are going to use something metal to lever the a/c compressor either disconnet the battery cable OR be careful NOT to come in contact with any wires that might be live ... you can weld with strong 12V car battery!
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Ac Belt diagram for a 1997 Acura intrega



ADJUSTMENT

Inspect the drive belt(s) every 30,000 miles or 24 months. Determine the belt tension at a point halfway between the pulleys by pressing on the belt with moderate thumb pressure. If the deflection is found to be too much or too little, perform the tension adjustments.
On some Acura models it will be necessary to work from beneath the vehicle when servicing the accessory drive belts.
Before adjusting, inspect the belt to see that it is not cracked or worn. Be sure that its surfaces are free of grease and oil. If contamination is present, belt replacement is recommended.

  1. Push down on the belt halfway between pulleys with a force of about 20 lbs. The belt should deflect: 0.16-0.41 in. (4-11mm)-on Integra and 0.22-0.45 in. (5.5-11.5mm) on all other models.
  2. Adjust the belt tension by loosening the adjusting bolts.
  3. Next loosen any mounting bolts and/or nuts that may hinder adjustment.

3.0CL models have automatic tensioners therefore no belt adjustment is required.
  1. To adjust the alternator belt tension on Integra, loosen the adjustment lock bolt and move the alternator with a prybar positioned against the front of the alternator housing.


WARNING Do not apply pressure to any other part of the alternator or damage may occur.
  1. To adjust the tension on all other accessory drive belts (all Acura models except 3.0CL), loosen the adjustment lock bolt and turn the adjusting bolt (if applicable) as required.

Do not over tighten any of the belts. Damage to the pulley's bearings may result.
  1. After obtaining the proper tension, tighten the adjustment lock bolt.
  2. Tighten all other bolts and/or nuts that were loosened in the adjustment process.

See Figures 6 through 13

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Fig. Fig. 6: Location of adjusting mechanism for the A/C belt on the Integra's 1.8L engine


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Fig. Fig. 7: Alternator belt adjustment-Integra


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Fig. Fig. 8: Power steering belt adjustment-Integra


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Fig. Fig. 9: A/C compressor belt adjustment-Integra


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Fig. Fig. 10: Alternator belt adjustment-3.2L engine


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Fig. Fig. 11: Power steering belt adjustment-3.2L engine


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Fig. Fig. 12: A/C compressor belt adjustment-3.2L engine


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Fig. Fig. 13: Belt routing and alternator belt adjustment-2.5L engine


REMOVAL & INSTALLATION

Many Acura models are equipped with a theft deterrent audio system. Make sure you have the necessary code before disconnecting the battery.

  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. Loosen the driven accessory's pivot and mounting bolts.

If removing the alternator belt on a 3.0CL, pull back on the belt tensioner with a commercially available tool.
  1. Remove the belt.
  2. Install the belt by moving the accessory toward or away from the engine until the tension is correct. You can use a wooden hammer handle, or broomstick, as a lever, but do not use anything metallic, such as a prybar. Certain models may utilize an adjusting bolt to do this work for you. Simply loosen the mounting bolt and turn the adjuster.

On 3.0CL pull back on the tensioner to install the belt, the tension is automatically set.
  1. Tighten the bolts and recheck the tension. If new belts have been installed, run the engine for a few minutes, then recheck and readjust as necessary

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Alternator BELT REMOVAL

1. REMOVE BATTERY AND BATTERY TRAY

2. DISCONNECT POWER STEERING (PS) RESERVOIR TANK

3. REMOVE DRIVE BELTS

a. Loosen the lock bolt, pivot bolt and adjusting bolt.

b. Remove the 2 drive belts.

GENERATOR BELT INSTALLATION

1. INSTALL DRIVE BELTS

a. Install the drive belts.

b. Adjust the drive bell with the adjusting bolt.

c. Tighten the pivot and adjusting lock bolts.

Torque:

Pivot bolt: 59 N.m (600 kgf.cm, 43 ft.lbs

Lock bolt: 21 N.m (210 kgf.cm, 15 ft.lbs

2. CONNECT POWER STEERING (PS) RESERVOIR TANK

3. INSTALL BATTERY TRAY AND BATTERY

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Fig. Alternator torque sequence-3.9L engine


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