Question about 2000 Chevrolet Cavalier
I had to replace the water pump on my 1998 cavalier and the timing belt was hard to get off but it is impossable to get back on HELP
Timing belt has nothing to do with changing the water pump and that engine should have a timing chain anyway.... assuming it is the serpentine belt:
there should be a belt tensioner. A pulley that is spring loaded and keeps the belt tight. It wouldn't have any grooves in it like the other pulleys. get a wrench on the center bolt and pull it clock-wise, put the belt on, then release. It is easier to do with two people. make sure you route the belt correctly.
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