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How do I replace the Corolla serpintine belt?

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It's not a serp belt on those, but instead two drive belts...one known as A/C Belt and the other known as the Alternator Belt and here is a link for detailed instructions for removing & installing the belts.. http://www.autozone.com/shopping/repairGuide.htm?pageId=0900c152801a8cb4#hd1-1-4 --- Good luck

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Do you have to remove a motor mount and raise the engine a little to replace the tensioner pulley assembly? Is there also a serpintine belt diagram available? Both questions pertain to a 2007 Corolla S...


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First you need to remove the serpintine belt or alternator belt. If it is a serpintine locate the tension pully(the one that doesn't look like it does anything) place a wrench over the pully bolt and pull while removing the belt. Most generaly all alternators have two bolts holding them in. Remove both bolts. and remove alternator on some vehicles you need to remove the top engine mounts to remove the acctual alternator. make sure you if you do this you put a jack under the bngine block. NEVER ON THE OIL PAN. After that simply remove the old alternator and replace it with the new one reinstall the serpintine belt as instructed on either the underside of your hood or where the hood latch is.

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Steps to replacing the serpintine belt


release tension on belt by:
-put a socket/breaker bar or ratched on the tensioner pulley bolt and use it to relieve tension on the belt
-slide belt off tensioner pulley. replace with new belt in same pattern across all pulleys and again relieve tension on the tensioner puller to slide the new belt back on
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---if you don't know what the tensioner looks like look up the part on autozone's website for a picture you can match on your car

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depending on the shop a serpintine belt replacement on your vehicle will run about $50 - $100 in labor alone. the belt uses the power of the engine to run accessory systems like your air conditioning, powersteering. and vital systems like running the alternator to charge your battery and turn the water pump to circulate coolant/antifreeze in the cooling system. typically on a corrolla a belt will last roughly 50,000 miles before it starts showing signs or wear which are cracking and squealing, if you dont replace it the cracks will get worse over time until the belt eventually breaks. which to be honest takes a very long time.

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Replace serpintine belt


You shouldn't need to most of the time all you need is a 15mm wrench. Use it by turning the spring tightener inward toward the center of the motor than the belt should come off. Also when you take it off make sure you know how the belt goes around the pulleys so everything will work together like normal. when putting the belt on you should use the wrench to turn the tightener back inward and slip the belt back on and make sure it looks just like the old one when its on.

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