Question about 1993 Nissan Pickup
Yes there is a tightener for the efan elt the power steering belt ad the altanator belt, you loosen the side bolt then usa ratchech #12 to tghten ten all up, push on the belt and it should not deflect more than a half inch if it does it needs tightened uop and if you need help anddon't rste me I iwll no longer give you the informstion to complete the process to to do this, ove half of these free answers I don't get rate and for free it shld not be that hard to rare me to get more answers.
Posted on Jun 29, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If the tensioner will not keep the belt tight then the tensioner is bad and will need to be replaced. The spring on the inside will loose it's tension over time.
Posted on Jan 25, 2009
you need to take off the drivers front wheel and plastic cover infront of the engine.
then you need to crack off two allen key type bolts holding the braket and tensioner pully in place, that is positioned just right of the crankshaft pully. Once the whole unit is slack you have to loosen the adjuster that is visible underneath the tensioner braket to take the tension off the belt. Once the belt is loose enough take it off and reverse process avoiding overtightening new belt. [It needs a little give to avoid damging bearings in the pully]
Posted on Sep 03, 2009
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