Question about 2007 Toyota Camry
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
only 2 bolts. They are hard to get to at the back of the engine but one is the mounting one and the other is the locking one for the adjuster once you get them lose you can undo the adjuster bolt and take tension off of belt then pull it off and replace it.
Posted on Aug 05, 2009
Drive Belt: Service and Repair
1. REMOVE V-BANK COVER SUB-ASSEMBLY
2. REMOVE NO. 1 ENGINE UNDER COVER
3. REMOVE FAN AND GENERATOR V BELT
(a) While turning the belt tensioner counterclockwise, align the service hole for the belt tensioner and the belt tensioner fixing position, and
then insert a bar of [diameter]5 mm (0.197 in.) into the service hole to fix the belt tensioner in place.
HINT: The pulley bolt for the belt tensioner has a left-hand thread.
(b) Remove the V belt.
1. INSTALL FAN AND GENERATOR V BELT
(a) Set the V belt onto every part.
(b) While turning the belt tensioner counterclockwise, remove the pin.
NOTICE: Make sure that the V belt is properly set to each pulley.
(c) After installing the belt, check that it fits properly in the ribbed grooves.
HINT: Make sure to check by hand that the belt has not slipped out of the grooves on the bottom of the pulley.
2. INSTALL NO. 1 ENGINE UNDER COVER
3. INSTALL V-BANK COVER SUB-ASSEMBLY
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
Go here and enter the info for your vehicle. Since I have no idea if you have a 4 or 6 cylinder engine you must look it up then click the photo icon next to the serpentine belt listing. They have belt routing drawings there.
Posted on Oct 18, 2009
4 cylinder diagram
6 cylinder diagram
Loosen the tensioner pulley to remove the belt. It is the one that has a long bolt running through it. Once you remove the old belt, install the new one using the appropriate diagram from the above two links. Readjust the tension using the bolt you loosened to remove the old belt.
i hope this helps
Posted on Nov 20, 2009
Actually you don't have to do all of that. I just replaced one from the top. On the passenger side of the engine where the belt is, you will see the tensioner in the middle. Using a larger breaker bar with the socket that fits the bolt in the middle of the wheel, force the tensioner toward the front of the car to release pressure to remove the belt. I think it was a 15mm but can't remember for sure. I do know they are all metric sizes on that engine. The tricky part is to remember how the belt is routed. If you forget, see the diagram below. There isn't much room to work, but I'm proof that it is possible. When putting the new best on, route all pulleys and leave the alternator for last since it's right on top and easy to get to. Good luck and be patient. It's doable.
Posted on Apr 12, 2010
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