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Serpentine belt replacement


the cars have more than one engine,
the first job to working on any car, (engine) is to know what is there.
or bad happens. (bad to engine, and buying wrong parts)
i bop over to wiki and...
2.6L 120 hp (89 kW) I4
3.2L 175 hp (130 kW) V6
so which is it?
as you can see and I4 is not a v6, not even in the least same.
i will throw dice, car is USA car, and most cars in USA have too big enigne, and is V6.
so the answer is.
INSTALLING, does that mean you have it removed already or it fell off?
just clue. id hate to print the whole process stated in the FSM.
here are some quotes for you.
Belt tension is maintained by an automatic tensioner. No adjustments are necessary or possible.
there are only 2 systems. auto tension and manual.
we discover that first by just a glance a at the serp, and its friends.
see idlers, see adjustable idlers, that is they move to side when
flexed, bingo , auto tension. if no springs, they are MANUAL.

in this engine, (1)
facing engine, see the crank pulley, and see that tensionor
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now the text.
Use a wrench to rotate the drive belt tensioner, as shown in the accompanying figure, to remove drive belt.

easy huh, just then the tensioner to loose and bingo ,it is.
and this step 2

Remove any necessary engine covers that are blocking access to the drive belt.
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Is my '99 Isuzu Rodeo a single OR a dual cam? How can I find out?


HI.....
1999 Isuzo Rodeo. 3.5 L or 3.2L V6. Is a DOHC. Double over head cam.
and the engine 2.2 L 4cyl. SOHC, single over head cam.
The angibe 2.3 L 4cyl. Is DOHC.

OK.. I hope this help on your question.

Thank you for use fixya...

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