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I understand the comment but what is the question...I really need to know what engine size...Is it a front or rear wheel drive...If you dont know which pulley it is you need to take the belt off and spin each pulley to be sure unless it is evident....But I really need more indo........Thanks.......Metalpoet
power steering pump or serpentine belt and you need to find out the cause of the failure. is there power steering fluid anywhere? is the serpentine belt still on the car? need more details on circumstances. but start lookin at the front right hand side by battery for anything ammiss. then post back..
Is that the one where there's a bolt in the way? If so you have to remove the right front wheel and take nut off that stud and spacer that's in the way, then you need a special socket to remove the stud. The end of the stud is like a "Torx" you need a "E" socket I'm not sure what size. Remove the stud and be careful not to lose the spacer. Then you should be able to remove the belt. For a diagram go to daycoproducts.com, I think you click on, cars & trucks, then belts, then serpentine belts, then on belt routing guide, find your car and get an illistration number, then close out that page and go to belt routing guide illistrations and go to the illistration for your car.
usally tearing belts is the ac compressor not turning or poorly. your tension could be going bad also alllowing the belt to flex and contact another object. you will need to block your wheels.open the hood. have a freind rev the engine in cycles for you to watch and see if the belt flexes or the ac commperssor is the cause
well first you drain the coolant out at the low point on the radiator, that way it is saved if new. then you take off the right front wheel and remove the plastic access cover from behind the wheel to get to that side of the engine. then you take off the serpentine belt and etc. yes you can do this with the engine still in the car. you may want to consider replacing the serpentine belt and tensioner while you are in that area.
Click on the following free direct Link. It has the correct Serpentine Belt Diagrams for your 1991 Chevrolet Sportvan depending on your Engine Size (4.3L. 5.0L, 5.7L or 7.4L) and Options (AC/No AC etc.).
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