Question about 2002 Renault Sportwagon
I believe its called the drive belt, it operates the power steering and alternator. the belt has come off and we want to attempt to put it back ourselves. can anyone please help with instructions or a drive belt routing for our car. car needed urgently as i am a district nurse and cannot get anyone to look at the car until at least weekend. please help
As I can't post pictures on here, I can say this Alternator belt will only fit one way.
It loops around the crank pulley at the bottom, then position it over the PS pump and Alternator. There should be a fair amount of slack at this point, and this should be pushed towards the idler at the closest point to it. This pulley runs on the BACK of the belt. The belt is usually tensioned at this pulley, so it is usual to slacken it a bit before fitting, but in your case - get the routing right first.
I would advise buying a new belt anyway, as the belt should not slip off unless it is starting to break in the core.
Hope the rest of the year is better for you.
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Posted on Jan 01, 2009
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