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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Your car has a warning light for the alternator,for one.and most of your garages will test your alternator for free if you are their customer.If your alternator is working properly the alternator light on the dash will light when you start the car and then go out all the while the motor is running.
Posted on Jul 29, 2009
SOURCE: release tension alternator
There is a belt tensioner that is easily moved by using a socket & ratchet. This will release the tension on the belt allowing removal of same. It is approximately in the middle of the belt. Good luck!
Posted on Dec 26, 2009
The tensioner itself is not meant to be taken apart. If you do, it's one difficult job to put back together again! Assuming you just want to either remove or replace the belt, all you need is a long spanner or breaker bar (14mm I think) and turn the centre bolt of the tensioner in a clockwise direction. If you're re-fitting a belt, it's best to start with the spanner in a position where you have the biggest possible amount of movement available to turn the spanner clockwise. If you're removing a belt, you'll only need a small amount of clockwise movement, but may need a lot more in the anti-clockwise direction (once the belt is off, the pulley will go back a lot further). The tensioner only has a certain amount of movement and if if doesn't go back much further with the belt removed, you need a new (or shorter) belt.
Posted on Jan 03, 2010
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