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the main digram for all drive belt ( flat belt ) is . first look to all pully make drowing out side with small paper 3 or 4 or 5 or 6 .....pully the main drive pully is crank . the end of you belt round the pully must be more than 180?? angl. alternator angl. more than 180 .compressor or water pump anther pully try use same digram .guide pully and belt tensioner no need to put angl .
Removal Procedure 1. Rotate the drive belt tensioner counterclockwise to release the spring tension. See picture below. 2. Remove the drive belt.
Installation Procedure 1. Install the drive belt to all of the pulleys except the generator pulley. See picture below. 2. Rotate the drive belt tensioner counterclockwise to release the spring tension. See picture below. 3. Install the drive belt over the generator pulley.
this is farely easy to figure out from looking at your pullies. ribbed pullies normaly take the ribbed side of the belt and smooth pullies take the smooth side of the belt. i would start at the tentioner pully (which is smooth) the put the inside of the belt around the 2 nearest pullies and weave it alternating in and out of the rest of the pullies.
The belt tentioner pully is the idler pully in the serpentine belt system...
You need a long wrnch (11/16??) to fit the pullys center bolt...
Turn the bolt to the right ( righty tighty) and the tentioner will losten its tention on the belt enough to remove the belt...
Imediately replace the belt ... so its routing is not forgotten by time or distraction...
If there is still a sticker on the upper radiator support reflecting the serpintine belt routing.. then you are in a better spot to be doing this ... with distractions...
Look under your hood. on the hood or sub frame that holds your headlight assembly/grill, you'll see a diagram on how your v belt is put on. If not check a repair manual (haynes or chilton) the first two chapters can tell you how the belt is routed through the pully's. Also take time to find the V-belt Tension pully. using a 3/8's socket wrench (the wrench without a socket), put the square end of the wrench into the opening and pull up or push down and your belt should slip right on.
If your asking how. It's simple make a diagram of the belt routing (there might be a diagram on the frame under the hood). Ther is a tentioner pully that holds the belt tight. Get a ratchet with the proper socket fit it on the nut n the center of the tentioner and you can pull the tendioner pully as to le6t the belt have slack. then carefully take it off of the pully . youll have to twist and wiggle it to come out from behind the fan then install the new one in reverse
The waterpump is located on passenger side of the car. Its location if you were standing looking from the passenger side at the engine is at the top right of the engine.There is a pully at the top of the engine that has 4 10mm headed bolts should be a non grooved pully.Loosen the bolts on that pully with the belt on once you loosen these bolts but do not remove them just yet.Using a 3/8 drive ratchet find the belt tensioner and release the belt making sure you remember the belt routing.Typically the the belt routing is printed on a plastic shroud that is just above the waterpump. Once you have removed the belt take out the 4 bolts that you previously loosened.Remove that pully now and the waterpump is right behind that. Sometimes the pully sticks a bit so you may need to put something behind it to gently dislodge it.There are 5 bolts on the waterpump the head of these bolts are 5/16 or 8mm remove the the five bolts using a quarter inch drive ratchet.Once this is done you may need to dislodge the pump.A dead blow hammer works well or a block of wood and a hammer could be used in a pinch.This should not require alot of force.Just a few taps should do it you are just breaking the gasket seal at this point.Now that the old pump is removed the old gasket needs to be removed from the waterpump housing. make sure all old gasket material is removed so the new one will seal properly.Take out the replacement pump and and line the new gasket on the waterpump once you have done this remove the gasket so you can adhere the gasket in place with a thin coat of rtv or weatherstrip adhesive.Now you ready to reverse the process to put it back on.Just make sure to line up the five bolt holes and your ready to go. Hope this helps.
You can find one at autozone.com, you may have to sign up for a free account, but you can view the job diagram there. It looks like for a 6 cylinder, there are two belts, one goes from the crank pully around the water pump then the alternator, and the other goes around the crank shaft then the power steering pump and then the air compressor pully. The power steering and air is a "v" belt and the other is a ribbed serpentine belt. they both just wrap around no wierd routing. the only thing I do not see is the idler pully or tensioner pullys.
depends on which v8 you have....the 4.7 the routing is as follows it goes under the waterpump pully over the alternator down and around the power steering pumpto the crank...it goes under the bottom of the crank to the idler pully.the flat side of the belt goes ver the idler then around the automatic tensioner to the ac compressor.
on the 5.2 and 5.9 it routes starting at the idler pully the flat side goes undr the idler the up to the ac compressor around the compressor and down to the power steering pump ... around power stering pump to waterpump where the flat side is against waterpump pully around water pump down and around crank up it automatic tensioner....around tensioner and up and over alternator