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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you can access most items @autozone.com, they have free manuals online. you will need to register and provide info about your car, it is FREE! what I pulled up is courtesy of autozone.com, this is for the 01 passport 3.2 2wd vehicle. the manuals will provide step by step instructions you can print off, good luck!
Posted on Sep 15, 2009
On the 2003 Pilot you should have two belts, one for your power steering unit and one for your ac/alternator.
Not a great pic, but I think you can see the routing:
Posted on Nov 22, 2009
the procedure is as follows:--
You have to do it from underneath the vehicle. Take off the rivets to the two plastic covers, and then you will be able to see the tensioner for the belt. Use a 3/4 inch wrench on the tensioner (don't put it on the bolt that holds the tensioner on), and pull it toward the vehicle. The belt will loosen, and you can take it off.
As a car owner, you know how important the belt tensioner is for your 2002 Honda Odyssey. However, internal parts wear and damage will loosen or seize the tensioner wheel, causing the belt to slip and make noise. Eventually, the belt may break, shut down the engine and lead you into a serious traffic accident. Before that happens, replace the tensioner on your Honda model and save yourself a lot of problems:----
Remove the Drive Belt:--
1)Look for the drive belt routing diagram on your vehicle's engine compartment. This is a black and white label, about 4 by 6 inches, usually attached to the radiator shroud or near the strut towers inside the engine compartment. This diagram will be your guide when reinstalling the drive belt. If cannot find one, make a simple sketch on a piece of paper.
2) Insert a belt-tension release tool, or similar tool, into the auto-tensioner arm.
3)Rotate the auto-tensioner arm counterclockwise and slip the belt off the tensioner pulley.
4) Release the auto-tensioner but do not let it snap back in place.
5) Remove the drive belt from the engine compartment.
Replace the Belt Tensioner
1) Unscrew the two auto-tensioner mounting bolts using a ratchet, ratchet extension and socket. Note the location of each bolt because they are of different size.
2) Remove the old auto-tensioner from the engine compartment.
3) Set the new auto-tensioner in place and start the two mounting bolts by hand. Make sure you install the bolts in their original place.
4) Start tightening the bolts until they hit the stop using the ratchet, ratchet extension and socket.
5) Torque the two bolts using a torque wrench. Torque the small bolt to 16-foot pounds [22 Nm] and the large bolt to 47-foot pounds [64 Nm].
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Posted on Mar 01, 2010
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