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http://www.1aauto.com/1A/alternator/Nissan/Altima/1AEAL00411 1A Auto shows you how to repair, install, fix, change or replace a broken or bad alternator. Thi. ... Need to report the video? ... 2005 Nissan Altima 2.5L serpentine belt tensioner replacement - Duration: 4:06. by Randy Templeton 18,489 views.
You need a new alternator most likely. They are pricey for this vehicle. For installation instructions.....Remove belt by placing a 1/2" rachet into hole on belt tensioner and release pressure on belt. Remove belt. Depending on the vehicle you may have to remove the belt tensioner assembly itself to access the alternator. Remove all wiring harness connectors to alternator, The main power lead is a 10mm nut. Remove all mounting bolts to alternator. Remove alternator. Reinstall new alternator reversing steps taken above.
ALTERNATOR DRIVE BELT TENSION COULD BE LOOSE WHERE BELT IS SLIPPING CAUSING BELT TO GET TOO HOT BURNING CAUSING BELT SHREADING ALSO CAUSING POOR BATTERY CHARGING CONDITIONS.HAVE THE HYUNDAI DEALERSHIP ADJUST ALTERNATOR BELT TENSION.
The 97 Corolla has three accessory belts. The alternator belt is the one you see when you look down on the passenger side standing near the front of the engine compartment. If fits over the alternator and the engine pulley. The belt beneath it is the a/c belt (if the car has a/c). It fits over the engine pulley and the a/c compressor. The power steering belt is toward the rear of the engine compartment, on the same side. It fits around the engine pulley and the power steering pump.
Replacing the alternator belt is not too difficult. Standing in front of the car and facing towards the rear, loosen the locking bolt under the right side of the alternator. Then loosen the alternator hinge bolt on top of the alternator. Now you are ready to loosen the alternator belt tensioner adjustment bolt, accessed under the alternator from the front. Turn the tensioner until the old belt is loose enough to remove, then turn it further so that the new belt will go on easily. Replace the belt and re-tension until you have about 1/4 in. to 1/8 in. of play in the belt, tighten the lock bolt and the hinge bolt, and run the engine. If the belt squeals it means you need more tension, but do not overtension. Recheck it after a few days.
Yes. Have him purchase a Haines or Chiltons Manual at Auto Zone or similar store. I have changed 2 alternators on my 95 Altima in my time and I am not an expert mechanic. Also check out:
http://www.autozone.com/shopping/repairGuide.htm?pageId=0900c1528007871b Pretty good primer for the novice. I did not remove the belt all the way. Merely slipped it off the old alternator pulley and then slip the new alternator onto the old belt and then tightened/adjust the belt as needed when done. Good luck.
OK, went through the exact same thing this week. Put on a new belt, checked for proper seating, etc, etc. and that wasn't it. Read all through this site and others and it comes down to one of two things, the tension pulley assembly or the compressor itself. Seeing as compressors ran about $300 or so and the pully assembly is less than $50 and takes about 45 min to an hour to replace, I did that first. And for me, that was it. Tip for replacing the pulley assembly? Have a wide variety of sockets (depth) and extensions.