Question about 1994 Plymouth Grand Voyager
I'm having trouble putting on the serpentine belt for a 1994 plymouth grand voyager 3.8 with air.
I know where it goes and can get it on everything but the last pully. I loosened the tensioner and still can't get it fully in place.
Any suggestions would be helpful. Thanks in advance.
Well, first of all you don't "loosen" the tensioner. Tighten that back up. Route the belt as it should go. Put a 15mm open-end or box end wrench on tensioner bolt (in the middle of tensioner.) To make this really easy, I use a "cheater" (a pipe large enough in diameter to go over wrench) to give added leverage to pull down tensioner far enough to slide belt over. Personally, I route the belt over everything except the idler pulley then pull down on the tensioner far enough to slip the belt on the idler. Because of the small cleareance, trying to use a socket on this bolt is almost impossible however, the previous is the method I've learned to be the most efficient.
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