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How to change the alternator belt on a 2004 suzuki xl-7
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Firstly, check all the bearings that the belt rolls over to make sure that none have seized. If all are free, then your P/S belt may have been loose, and the load when the steering was used was more than the belt could transmit, so it started slipping. Get a new belt fitted and tensioned correctly. From memory, this belt also does the A/C, so maybe try turning that off to reduce the load on the belt until you can get it fixed.
Posted on Oct 07, 2009
Yes. It isn't that hard. On alot of vehicles there's a sticker onthe radiator cover that shows how the belt run. If not then your manual should have it. One of your pulleys is the idler pulley. It doesn't operate anything it just keeps tension on the belt. They're usually spring operated so you can pry it down to get slack in the belt to remove it. Then simply reverse the process for putting the new belt on.
Posted on Sep 11, 2010
pop off clip surrounding radio, be careful. there may be screws also. bend coathanger in u shape times 2. insert in each side of factory radio. slide out. remove wiring harness. buyt new harness for your model car. install on radio reverse procedure.
Posted on Oct 28, 2008
You will need to go under the hood, in front of the radioator will bean area were you can get to the headlights, just pull out and replace the bulbs. push back into place and you should be all set.
Posted on Jun 14, 2010
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