Question about 2002 Nissan Altima
There is a tensioner. When facing the car, its on the lower right pulley. There is a bolts that faces down towards the ground. Tighten the bolt the belt tightes and vice versa. The car has two belts, the left side has the same thing. nissan got smart and put a single belt on the 06 and up.
Posted on Feb 17, 2009
Check the tensioner mount to make sure the bolts are tight.If that doesnt help ya then go to alternator and check the backside or underneath the belts to make sure there is no frays, cracks, wear tear. If all of these plus what the above person stated on Dec22 to ya. Go to your neighborhood auto parts, napa, or autozone and buy belt dressing to spray on the belts. remember to shut off the 350z before applying this unless you really want to loose your eyesight. Then, restart your car and let the belts do the work for you. eventually after a few revolutions(turns) you will hear a more quieter sound. Remember this is only a temporary fix if your low on cash!!
Posted on Jan 01, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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