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Broken alternator belt, need info on replacement, 2001 toyota echo

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Go to toyota buy a fan belt, i think u can see a belt adjuster need the belt and engine , you just need to adjust the belt to very good tension

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I need a serpentine belt routing diagram for my Toyota Echo


If you go to the gates belt site and put in the info on the car, it will show you or you can use the autozone website if you make a free account and put in the car information.

Sep 17, 2014 | 2000 Toyota ECHO

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Replace alternater belt


- Remove the negative battery terminal and keep it away from the battery post.
- Loosen the the lower and upper alternator bolts.
- Push the alternator towards the engine block to release the belt.
- Install the new belt, place a lever between the alternator and engine block, move away the alternator to stretch the belt, leave about half an inch of free play on the belt and tight both the bolts.
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Oct 11, 2012 | 2001 Toyota Echo

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How do I stop my v-belt from making squeeling noises on my Toyota Echo 2004.


Squealing is usually an indication of belt wear. Check the underside of the belt for worn or "shiny" spots. If it's worn it's slipping and is most likely not only the cause of the squeal but could impact the charging and cooling systems.
If the belt is in good shape and/or has been replaced recently, it may just need to be tightened. All new belts develop some play after initial installation after they have "broken in". If the belt is in good shape and is tight, the problem most likely lies elsewhere (bad bearing in waterpump or power steering pump, or alternator) I hope you found this post helpful. Best of luck! Greg

Feb 18, 2011 | 2004 Toyota ECHO

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Belt seems too short,already loosened alternator as much as possi


there is a bolt attached to the idler arm, if you get the right size socket and a good wrench, you have to pull the idler arm. it will pull the entire tensioner and the belt will be loose

Jun 19, 2009 | 2001 Toyota Echo

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Need to replace water pump belt!how do I adjust tension? Is it with the alternator bolts?


Yes you adjust the belt tensin by adjusting the alternator. the one with the 14mm head is the pivot and the one with the 12mm head is the lock down bolt.

Jun 18, 2009 | 2001 Toyota Echo

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How to replace the engine belt (3 belt system)


No your 2000 Toyota Echo has a two belt system and I believe the belt routing diagram is under the hood near the radiator.

Jun 04, 2009 | 2001 Toyota Echo

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How do you install a alternator in a toyota echo?


-disconnect battery (-) terminal.
-remove plastic cover to the left of the radiator(when looking from the front)
-loosen off 12mm bolt from top of alternator
-loosen off 14mm bolt from bottom of alternator
-disconnect wiring harness at alternator and remove 10mm nut holding the main wire.
Push alternator towards engine to slacken belt tension, then remove belt
-finish removing 12mm and 14mm bolts and remove alternator from the car.
-Replace in reverse order.
When tightening belt tension becareful what you pry against. You can easily damage the oil control solenoid the controls the camshaft.

Apr 17, 2009 | 2001 Toyota Echo

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How to change a alternator belt on a 2001 Echo


  1. Loosen the pivot bolt THE BOLT THATS ON THE ALTERNATOR BRACKET ON TOP
  2. Loosen the drive belt tension by turning adjusting bolt and remove the drive belt.
  3. Install the drive belt.
  4. Apply drive belt tension by turning adjusting bolt.
VERY SIMPLE TO DO HOPE THIS HELPS

Mar 28, 2009 | 2001 Toyota Echo

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Replace belt on 2001 toyota echo


that belt is wrapped around the alternator which is located on the passenger side of the engine compartment. loosen the alternator to remove belt. Wrap belt around pulleys and pull the belt tight but adjusting the alternator.

Jan 10, 2009 | 2001 Toyota Echo

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Battery keeps dieing on 2003 toyota echo automatic


For 2 batteries to die so quickly, u need to have your charging system checked out. Any big parts store will do a free system check, they want to sell u parts. Of course, u don't have to buy anything, but u will have an idea what is wrong, and what to do to fix it. It's probably the alternator as u suspect, and as far as the squealing belt, it needs to be adjusted, or if the echo has a auto. tensioner, u probably should replace the belt.

Nov 13, 2008 | 2001 Toyota Echo

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