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Re: replacing drive belts
If you decide to do this yourself you will need a set of open end wrenches. Be sure to draw a diagram showing exactly how the drive belts are situated around the pulleys now so you don't make a mistake. Then loosen the belt tensioner and remove the old belts.
OR go to an auto zone store and the sales person will assist you with this for no charge as long as you buy the belts there.
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fuel consumption higher driving in the city because you are stopping and accelerating causing more fuel get car in motion.to help fuel consumption problem some, replace air filter,keep check on tire pressure.low tire pressure will cause fuel consumption.
there is a seprsate actuator for each door/hatch. so it is commen on those for more then one to go bad at about the same time. just look and see if you can see the lock move slightly while tryinng to work it. if so then that is what you need.
ok here we go first locate the drive belt tensioner, it should a h spot where you can insert a 1/2 drive breaker bar,release the tension and remove the belt, make you have the diagram that shows how it is insalled(usually on the sticker in the engine compartment) re-install the belt starting from the bottom and working up towards the top.again release the pressure on the tensioner and finish insalling the belt.make sure the beelt is all the way on every pulley. please rate my fix, if you need more help get back to me as i strive to be the best. good luck,let me know how you make out. should not be that hard to do
U can wait for at least 100,000 miles, that is the factory recommended change mileage, they will last much longer than that, but it depends on how u drive, allot of stop and go will mean the 100,000 change, longer if u drive long distance.
There are 2 seperate belts the a/c and the serp belt. In order to change the belts, there is a special tool that you will need to purchase or rent from Auto Zone. Without this tool you can not replace the belt. Once you get the tool it's one bolt that turns and lets the tension off the pulleys in order to replace the belts. Just did this last week on MY FX35.