Question about 2000 Chevrolet Silverado 1500
Yes you should alway be careful when removing belts and hoses as a mistake can cost you fans and radiators easily. First look for the belt tensioner. It will be a spooled item that presses against the belt tightening it by spring pressure. May a note of the route the belt takes and always put the new belt on the same way. The tensioner pulley may spring down a fair ways after you release it with the belt off. Just be sure you can still get at the tensioner at the right angle for putting the belt back on. whenthe belt is off make sure all pulleys and bearing are good and sound making no noise or vibration. If they do change them now and save a headache later.
Posted on Jun 29, 2009
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