Question about 2007 Jeep Liberty Sport
Jeep Liberty 2007 4x2 3.7L V6.
Hello. My Jeep Liberty's belt is lose. I can fit a finger between the belt and the pulleys. It's a single belt system. This problem caused overheating, loss of steering power and battery drain (since all these things are connected to the same belt system.
The belt seems fine. No tears or cracks.
How do I tighten the belts system again?
Thanks for any light you can shed in this.
Most Jeeps use the power steering pump to adjust belt tension. there is a slide bracket at the bottom and a pivot bolt on top. adjustment is made by tightening a bolt at the end of the lower bracket. I have also seen this arrangement used on an idler pulley right below the pump but I may be thinking of some other vehicle.
Posted on Jun 21, 2009
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