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Install fanbelt on toyota run x 1600 16v

The way the belt runs on the pullies

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SOURCE: 1995 toyota camry a/c

take the belt and simply shove it up yours

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This can only be a loose belt. You need to adjust the tension (Usually done by loosening the altenator and pulling ot outwards before tightening it up again.

You may think it's tight enough, but tha fact is it probably isnt. Carefully undo the tensioning nut, slip a crow bar between the engine and altenator and lever the altenator outwards to a position further than ist is now.

Needless to say, careful where you put the crow bar on the engine and altenator and careful just how tight you make it. This is one of those "how tight do I make it....." "about until you give a little grunt and that's probably about right" moments.

Just tighten it a little more. Lock off the adjustment bolt, start the car and see if the squeal has gone. If yes, good job, if no, then go a little tighter.

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SOURCE: diagram of pullies and belts on 86 toyota mr2

If you are talking the a/c pulley and alternator pulley, I am pretty sure the belts are different sizes (different number of ribs in the belt). So, you can just look carefully at the ribs and put the right belt on the right pully. from memory, the A/C belt goes on first and all the pullies towards the front of the car are used for that belt. The Alternator belt goes on next, and all the pullies from the crank shaft toward the back of the car (from the crank pulley) go to that. I could have those reversed, but the ribs on the belt will show you for sure. have fun!

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