Question about 1998 Toyota Corolla
Broke down other day.looked under car and saw a broken belt.along mwith the belt was a pulley.my buddy replaced the belt and pulley.now i have no heat and a dual pulley below the alternator is wobbling .there is no belt on that dual pulley.should i have 3 belts on this car.there are only 2 now.it looks like the bottom pulley has no belt.is that the ac and is that is why i have no heat.thermostat was changed also
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Look at the belt routing (the way the belt runs around all of the pulleys). If you do not find a belt routing diagram under the hood, you'll want to make your own sketch
Find the belt tensioner pulley, usually located just above the crankshaft.
Insert your 19mm ratchet or breaker bar tool into the tensioner bolt head and pull toward the front of the vehicle to release tension on the belt.
Slip the old belt off of the pulleys.
Reference your belt routing diagram to get the new belt seated on all pulleys. Make sure any grooves on the belt rest against grooved pulleys, and that smooth belt surfaces contact smooth pulleys.
Slowly release the tensioner and check for correct belt tension.
Run the engine and observe for flapping or noise, signs of incorrect installation.
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