Question about 1998 Plymouth Voyager
The way I do it - is to use socket wrench with socket # 15 mm.
Stick your socket wrench on the bolt in the center of the tensioner (set up to tighten). Rest the belt on the socket after you mounted the belt around all of the pulleys - following a scheme. Resting belt on the socket will give you enough slack to set your belt all over. Now, push your socket wrench clockwise, as much as you can and with other hand set your belt over the tensioner.
If you don't have any help to hold the belt on the power steering pulley and the drive pulley - you can use a piece of a duct tape to temporary secure the belt on those pulleys.
Posted on Apr 19, 2009
There will be a flat pulley, mounted to a spring loaded arm, that you need to rotate in order to install the belt. The spring tension will be pretty high, and you will need to use a lever bar and socket to lever against the spring to get the belt on. The flat roller will then tension against the belt as you release the lever bar spring load.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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