Question about 1996 Isuzu Rodeo
How to change belt
Take a look at the one that's on there now. You will have to loosen the bolts that keep the alternator from pivoting. There will be one bolt where the alternator contacts the engine and another bolt farther out on the alternator. At that point, there will be a bracket with a groove, and the bolt is in that groove. Loosen the bolt on the engine and then loosen the slider bolt. You should be able to rotate the alternator toward the engine. That will put enough slack into the belt that you can remove it.
Installation is the reverse of removal. Slide the belt into place; lift the alternator to tighten the belt; tighten the bolt on the slider bracket; tighten the bolt on the engine. Check the belt's tightness after a few day because it will stretch and loosen.
Posted on Nov 30, 2014
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