Question about 1992 Toyota Paseo
Note: This is a re-post (was posted under the wrong toyota model)
I just changed the alternator and the P/S Belts. Nice and tight. No issues with the alt belt. The P/S belt is the correct Part Number, brand new. Comes off after a couple of rides, so far after exiting a driveway (turning the steering wheel?). Fell once and I put it back. Made sure everything was tight, including the long support bolt under the P/S pump. I didn't see any wobbling or jumping at idle. It just happened today. The only test I haven't performed is to have someone turn the wheels while I get a visual on the belt. Long installation time because there's very little room - even for small hands...
I'd appreciate any suggestion or past experience with similar problems.
PS: I also tried to put the belt back on later to see if something got loose. Not even close... It's several inches short of clearing the 3rd pulley.
I had the same problem the thing is that in the base of the A/C compressor the screw had a washer on both sides i remove them and problem solve ;-)
forgive me if i misspelled something i am from Puerto Rico ;)
Posted on Mar 16, 2011
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