Question about 1991 Pontiac 6000
I replaced the alternator and now I cant get the belt back on.
Use a half in. breaker bar and i think a 15 mm socket and put that on your tensioner pully and push counterclock wise. It helps if you have someone ther to hold that pulley while you route the belt, but thats not necessary. Start at the top and go clockwise and the pulley you need should be the 6th one. about the 9 oclock postion. If you need help with the routing, there usually is a picture located under the hood either on the fender wall or in that area. Let me know if you need more help. Good luck and rate this info so I know if I have helped you> Thanks
Posted on Dec 19, 2009
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The alternator keeps the battery in your Pontiac going, constantly recharging it as you drive. The battery will quickly drain if the alternator is bad, so it must be replaced in that case. The alternator is mounted in the engine and naturally connected to the battery in all models, but other components could be in its way depending on the type of Pontiac you own. This will determine how difficult such a replacement will be.
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