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Need all specs on putting a timing belt back on and how to line the timing up just right


What car do you have? A repair manual cover this.

Look on this website: www.onlyrepairmanuals.com

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I need a serpentine belt diagram for a 2008 ford escape 3.0 v6


It is not that hard just remember to put the belt on where every pulley turns in the same direction .

Feb 18, 2014 | 2008 Ford Escape

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Which direction does the timing belt installs?


You know, I replaced alot of these and seen that on the directions. And yet they do not put a mark on the new belt. I have looked these things over and found know way to tell. So I just put them on. I have never had one come back. May I also recommend that since your already in there, that you replace all the timing components and the water pump too, if it's in there.You don' want to go back in a couple of months from now.

Nov 30, 2010 | 1991 Chrysler LeBaron

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Looking for a diagram to remove the sepentine belt from the 1991 safari van


You want a diagram to remove it not put it on correct?If you want to remove it,draw out a diagram on how it is routed,some cars have a sticker showing that,then simply pull on the tensioner in the opposite direction of the belt,that should loosen the belt enough to remove it.To put it back on,route it all through except at the tensioner,pull the tensioner the same direction as the first time and slip it over the edges.That should do it.If you have any questions,just comment to this post and I will get an auto email with a link to it.Good luck! Greg

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How do I loosen the tension of the pully to install serpintine belt on a 1992 chrysler 5th ave


Look for the tensioner assembly, it will be the one pulley on an arm, look at that arm, there will be a square drive hole in the arm, you should be able to put a 3/8" drive ratchet or breaker bar in that hole, then pull it the opposite direction of the belt. If there is no hole then use a wrench that fits the nut in the center of the tensioner pulley and again pull in the opposite direction of the belt. Remember to look at the routing carefully for installing the new belt. Hope this helps, let me know

Dec 10, 2009 | 1989 Chrysler Fifth Avenue

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I need to replace my alternator belt but I have no clue on what to do as far as getting the old belt off to put the new one on


What you have to do is make sure you have a new belt. Then look under the hood, you don't give a year or engine size so some of these directions may or may not apply. Check to see if the alternator belt is the outside belt or if others need to come off first. If needed remove belts that are in the way taking note of routing. If its one serpentine belt take note of routing (there should be a sticker under the hood with routing). Remove belt by loosening the pivot or tensioner. Then replace and set tension. With tensioners the tension is set automatically. If you are not sure what a tensioner is look at the belt, you may want to push or pull on it and you will see a pulley that goes to nothing but is against the belt and will move when you move the belt. To make it easier to remove belt look inside the tensioner pulley and there is a bolt put a socket on it and move as needed to take pressure off belt and remove belt. Take your time and look at the belt(s) before starting. Take notes or draw a picture to help putting it back together. Belts just look hard but are easier than they look.

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1991 BMW 325I. Two belts broke off while driving. I think the fan and alternator belts because the pulleys (4pulleys) I can get to the pulleys myself but am unsure which direction the belt goes. The engine...


Ok get some one to bump the key over while you look at your front of your engine and witch way it spins. put the rear one on first and work your way out.

Aug 28, 2009 | 2001 BMW 325

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How to install multi rib belt for 2004 toyota camry


I don't know specific cars. But usually there is an adjustable pulley. You loosen the nut in the center of the pulley wheel and then there is usually a bolt you tighten to pull the pulley wheel down to tighten the belt. Then you tighten the nut in the center of the pulley. I check the belt tension by pulling or pushing the belt down on the backside non ribbed side almost as hard as I can (with only index finger) and see if belt moves about 1/3 inch for belts freespan between round pulleys, or alternator, or whatever less than 12 inches. If the belt freespan between pulleys is more than 12 inches I look for the belt to move about 1/2 inch. Also thin belts I allow more deflection. Also push or pull on belt in middle between round things it goes around, with finger.
If there is no adjustable bolt to move pulley then there is usually a lock bolt and an adjustable bolt. The lock bolt sits in a crescent shaped slot. You loosen the bolt and usually pry the alternator or whatever with a big screwdriver or pry bar. You must usually pry against the engine against the alternator but not on something easily broken or bent, like an oil pan. You want to pry against solid metal. If it doesn't seem to move you might have to loosen the pivot bolt. It will usually be at the center of the slot visuallized as part of a circle. Look for the center of the circle and loosen the bolt or bolt and nut. And don't forget to retighten it.
The third kind of belt it could be is the serpentine belt. Usually a long belt, usually only one which drives everything like power steering, alternator, water pump, AC compressor, etc. There is usually a wheeled tensioner you have to loosen with a 3/8 or 1/2 breaker bar or ratchet, or sometimes a wrench. Usually there is a square hole to fit the ratchet that you try to rotate in one direction to remove tension on the belt. I try to put moderate pressure in both directions, clockwise and counter clockwise. It should move and increase in the force you have to apply in one direction and feel like it is hitting a stop in the other direction. Turn it into the part that feels like you are pushing against a spring, which you are,
then rotate as far as possible that way. Then while holding ratchet have someone remove belt and put on new one, then slowly remove pressure from ratchet and tensioner should put pressure back on belt.

Apr 07, 2009 | 2004 Toyota Camry

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If memory severs the 92 had automatic shoulder belts that when the vehicle started it would belt in the driver and passenger, I would look and make sure that these belts are clicked into the receivers. also if vehicle has an airbag drivers side I would make sure that the circuit is ok. Any snow or front end damage could cause a failure.

Dec 31, 2008 | 1992 Ford Escort 4 Door

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Timing belt has marks on it that refer to the cam marks and the crank gear. Looking at the engine from the front, the timing belt should drape over the two cam gears, with 40 cogs between them on the belt. The timing belt should have 42 or 43? cogs between the driver cam mark and the mark on the crank gear. The way i've installed mine is to put the belt on the driver side cam and crank, and then put it on the passenger side cam. You'll need to lock the tensioner clockwise about 70-80 degrees to get enough clearance to install the belt.

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