Question about 2001 Peugeot 206 1.6

Open Question

What size bolt holds the bottom belt tensioner roller? its an 02 206 1.9hdi

What size bolt holds the bottom belt tensioner roller in place?

Posted by on

Add Your Answer

Uploading: 0%

my-video-file.mp4

Complete. Click "Add" to insert your video. Add

×

Loading...
Loading...

Related Questions:

1 Answer

How do i take of a pulley and tensioner of a 94 Dodge Caravan 3.0 L V6


You'll need a Serpentine Belt Tool and a socket set.

Rotate the Caravan's serpentine belt tensioner assembly clockwise to relieve the tension on the belt. Slip the belt off the tensioner with your free hand before rotating the tensioner back to its home position. Remove the tool.
Extract the two mounting bolts that hold the serpentine belt tensioner assembly to the Caravan's front engine cover using your socket set. Depending on your physical size and dexterity, you may find this easier to accomplish through the top of the engine well or through the passenger-side wheel well.
Pull the old serpentine belt tensioner assembly out of the Caravan's engine bay by hand. Place the new serpentine belt tensioner assembly on the Caravan's front engine cover and bolt it in using your socket set.
Rotate the new serpentine belt tensioner assembly clockwise with the serpentine belt tool and then place the belt on the pulley by hand. Rotate the new serpentine belt tensioner assembly back into place. Remove the tool and close the hood.

May 19, 2011 | Dodge Caravan Cars & Trucks

1 Answer

Remove and replace alternator


you didn't mentioned what type of vehichle or year, but most of these you will have to remove the tension from the belt tensioner, to do so, you will need a 13 - 15" size metric wrench, or 3/8 size ratchet, and a 13- 15" size metric socket , and hold back on to the tensioner towards the drivers side of the engine, this releases the tension from the belt, and then let the serpentine belt lay aside, then disconnect the negative battery cable from your battery, and then disconnect the wiring from the back of the alternator, and remove the hold down bolts that hold the alternator in place, then lift alternator from bolted on area, then install new alternator, plug up wiring at back of it , bolt the alternator back on, and then with a 13 -15 " metric wrench or socket, hold back on to the belt tensioner, and then slip the belt back into position, and release the tensioner slowly against the belt, make sure that the belt is lined up correctly on all of the pulleys, then reconnect the negative battery cable, then start the vehicle up., and check that the belt is operating ok. afterwards, you will most likely have to reset your radio functions , due to the battery cable being disconnected.

Mar 08, 2011 | Jeep Cherokee Cars & Trucks

1 Answer

Diagram for serptine belt


you should start with the belt and place it onto the bottom pulley, and then route it onto the power steering pump, and then continue to route it onto the remaining pulleys, you will have to use a 13" or 14" metric wrench or the same size socket and a 3/8 " ratchet to hold back onto the tensioner in order to route the belt in position for the tensioner to hold, once you have the belt at the tensioner area, hold back on to the tensioner, and let the tensioner loose slow ly so that it will hold the tension against the belt, double check the routing of the belt, before starting the car.

Feb 25, 2011 | 2003 Ford Escort

1 Answer

How can i fit engine belt of hyundai azera 2009


  • Find the tensioner. The serpentine belt tensioner is what holds the belt in place with the correct tension: it is held to the engine by two bolts. Some describe the Hyundai Sonata tensioner pulley as attached to a teardrop shape, with the bolts holding the structure to the engine.
  • 2 Remove the two bolts near the tensioner with your wrench (bolt size may vary by model). Take off the tensioner and the belt.
  • 3 Use a belt routing diagram or your own sketches to replace the serpentine belt. This is helpful for some models: from the power steering pump, the belt goes to the left of the idler pulley, then over and around the right side of the air conditioner compressor pulley, around the left side of the crank pulley, to the right of the tensioner pulley, and down to the alternator.
  • 4 Replace the tensioner and the new belt together. Mechanics recommend seating the belt on the tensioner before replacing the tensioner onto the engine rather than trying to pry the belt over the pulley.
  • 5 Tighten the two lock bolts that hold the tensioner.
  • 6 Check to see that the belt is seated correctly on all of the pulleys. Run the engine and observe to check for proper installation.



  • Dec 20, 2010 | 2009 Hyundai Azera

    2 Answers

    How do you make the tensioner release to tighten the timing belt?


    The belt tensioner keeps the belt tight inside each accessory pulley while the engine is running. The tensioner is made up of a spring-loaded arm. If the spring inside of the tensioner becomes loose then it will not be able to hold the belt properly.And belt will also get loose. The belt tensioner is on the engine underneath the alternator. Its fitted by bolt.To loose the belt you will need drive socket and breaker bar .Turn the breaker bar counterclockwise to release tension from the belt.Remove the mounting bolt at the top center of the tensioner arm.The tensioner arm is loose and will easily come out.If you in-case are to replace the tensioner then place the new tensioner in same place and tighten the bolt which you removed.Before removing or moving the belt check the position of the belt passing from each pulley.so that when you fit the parts there is no problem in fitting the parts.
    After its done.Start the engine and see that belt and tensioner runs freely and belt moving from each pulley smoothly.
    ------------- This will help.Thanks.Helpmech.

    Dec 06, 2010 | Pontiac Grand Am Cars & Trucks

    2 Answers

    The belt suddenly seems about an inch to big.think the tensioner has slipped,but not sure which pully is the tensioner.


    Look like this http://www.1aauto.com/1A/Drivetrain/Saturn/SSeries/1AEBT00011/286234?utm_source=google_base&utm_medium=comparisonshopping&utm_campaign=gb_api_br&year=1995&utm_content=EBT
    moz-screenshot-1.pngmoz-screenshot-2.pngmoz-screenshot-3.png







    Tensioner cannot be tightened. The tensioner is a automatic spring tensioner with now manual adjustments. if the tensioner is loose, it must be replaced. the instructions are as follows:

    Remove the front passanger side tire (19mm lug nuts)
    3. In the wheel well, remove the splash shielding to gain access to the motor.
    4. Place a decent size peice of wood on your jack, and slide it under the oil pan, raise the jack so it firmly presses on the oil pan.
    5. Under the hood, remove the motor mount on the left side of the motor, the mount is held on by Three 15mm nuts with studs on the motor itself, and Two 15mm nuts holding the mount to the body. remove the mount completely.
    6. slowly lower the jack supporting the engine untill the engine sits all the way down.
    7. from inside the wheel well, place a 14mm wrench on the belt tensioner pully bolt. swing the tensioner to remove tension on the belt, remove the belt from the tensioner or main crank pully.
    8. You should have access to the lower bolt on the tensioner. the bolt is 10mm in head size. i recommend using a 1/4" ratchet. Remove the bolt.
    9. raise the jack as far as you can, making sure the vehicle stays on the jackstands!!! this should allow you to reach down and beable to remove the top bolt on the tensioner. the motor will come up on an angle.
    10. once the bolt is out, the tensioner should just fall out of the motor. reinstall the tensioner with the top bolt first, lower the engine, reinstall lower bolt, reinstall belt, reinstall the upper motor mount, and raise the engine to level out with the upper mount.
    The job sounds complicated if you are not mechanically inclined, but its accually simple. you will not break anything by moving the motor. the job should take a average person about 30-45 minuites to complete.
    Please visit my bio page for access to my saturn help site. there is a picture of your belt tensioner located in the serpentine belt folder.

    Nov 20, 2010 | 1995 Saturn Sl

    2 Answers

    What are the torque specs for belt tensioner


    There no real specs for the tensioner. The bolt should be tight and the unit as a whole should be squared to the engine. If it is in anyway tilted, th eunit is coming apart and will need to be replaced. One bolt holds this unit in place. It should have adequate tension to keep the belt taunt against all the pullies. If you are dealing with a constant squeel issue, locate the writing and you should be able to read it like holding a book in your hand. If it is upside down to you, reinstall. this will take care of the squeeling 9 times out of 10. The tensioners for replacement run about $50 - $75.

    Oct 23, 2010 | 2005 GMC Sierra

    1 Answer

    2000 ford Taurus belt replacement


    The belt is held in tension by a speing loaded roller thet is a part of a spring tensioner,
    The tensioner needs to be retracted to remove the fension so the belt can be removed.

    To remove the tension, you put the proper size socket onto the bolt head that is on the center of the tensioner roller. Attach a breaker bar to the socket and lever the tensioner back to losen the tension on the belt (be careful there is a lot of spring force to deal with )

    Oct 12, 2010 | Ford Taurus Cars & Trucks

    1 Answer

    How do i replace the altenator


    1. Remove the plastic air intake system which includes the air filter, 1 vacuum hose, the tube that runs to the carb, the tube that runs off to the left. There are three bolts that hold the bottom of the air filter housing on. Most of this system is a snap together assembly. Just pull it apart.

    2. The alternator will have two bolts on the front bottom. The left one is a double sided bolt and the right one is a pass through bolt with a nut on the back. Stick a wrench or a short socket wrench on the nut behind the alternator and remove the pass through bolt from the front. Then remove the double sided bolt from the left side.

    3. This leaves the alternator loose and being held by the belt. remove the belt from the alternator and wiggle and jiggle the alternator out of the mounting area (very tight squeeze to get it out). You can put a larger size can of fruit or something in the place of the alternator to hold the belt in place so you can remember how it looks.

    4. You will need to loosen the belt tensioner to put the belt on the new alternator. Remove the can of fruit if you chose to do that but be careful to not accidentally remove the belt from the 5 or 6 different places it passes through. Place the new alternator, put in the bolts and tighten. Loosen the tensioner and put the belt on. Tighten the tensioner and adjust as needed. Replace the entire air intake system by snapping it all back together and bolting it in one piece at a time.

    Aug 26, 2010 | 1994 GMC Safari

    3 Answers

    1983 chev celeberty alt belt need to be replaced which pully has the tension so i can put on the belt


    look for the black one that runs on the smooth/back side of the belt with a 15mm silver bolt head in the middle

    Jul 22, 2009 | 1983 Chevrolet Celebrity

    Not finding what you are looking for?
    2001 Peugeot 206 1.6 Logo

    Related Topics:

    17 people viewed this question

    Ask a Question

    Usually answered in minutes!

    Top Peugeot Experts

    Colin Stickland
    Colin Stickland

    Level 3 Expert

    22095 Answers

    Wahs Team

    Level 2 Expert

    205 Answers

    yadayada
    yadayada

    Level 3 Expert

    75066 Answers

    Are you a Peugeot Expert? Answer questions, earn points and help others

    Answer questions

    Manuals & User Guides

    Loading...