Question about 2002 Kia Optima
It has to be located just above the belt near the power steering pump. Common sense will let you know that the tension bolt will tighten or lossen the belt.
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Route the belt over the pulleys.
Fig. Removing the A/C and P/S pump belt-1.8L engine
Fig. Alternator belt-1.8L engine
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Hi, Please follow below steps :
-. Jack up front wheel and remove the tires
-. Remove the Motor Mount next to the Power Steering Pump and timing belt cover
-. Loosen the Alternator/Water Pump belt.
-. Loosen the Power Steering/AC/Tensioner belt by loosening the Tensioner Bolt first.
-. Remove the power steering pump bracket.
Leave the pump attached to the bracket.
-. Remove the Water Pump Pulley.
-. Now it's time to remove the Crank Pulley.
-. Remove the Timing Cover bolts.
-. Remove and replace the crankshaft sensor
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