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Hi, I am looking for replacement for the alternator pulley for my Camry NAP but I cant find the exact match. I just wonder is there any replacement, the best match.


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I'm not sure about the belt set up, it should be on a sticker under the hood. But losing your alt can cause the car to die due to loss of electrical power to run the computer, fuel pump, coils, ext. on some cars you can run for awhile on the battery, but eventually it'll die. Some cars are set up to die if the alt fails so that the rest of the cars systems can still be used

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call a parts place and they can look it up for you, if they carry them. if not try a junkyard

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The whole assebly will rotate allowing the tension to be release. Place breaker bar on nut in front of pulley and rotate... up if i remember right and tension is relieved. If pulley itself is siezed you will now it when the tension is relieved.. Good Luck

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Hi Tyrone - those belts aren't going to tighten. They have what is called a tensioner - a pulley - that will flex back and forth so that you can put the belt on and off without tension being on it. You'll move the tensioner, pressure is relieved - you can remove the belt. When you release - it will go back to the extended position. When you put the belt back on - you'll move that pulley again, get the belt in place and slowly release the pulley so that it puts tension back on the belt.

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Open the hood and look around for the little decal which shows a long wrench moving a pulley. That is a clue on how to let tension off the serpentine belt so you can pull it aside. Do as it suggests, you can put a pipe over a regular wrench for more leverage, check with Mr. Archimedes, or you can zip tie a broom handle to it. A shop will have a special longa** wrench. You know this would also be a great time to replace the serpentine belt unless you are sure it has already been replaced.

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The remove the serpentine belt by releasing the tension on the idler pulley. Slide the belt off the alternator pulley.
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I'm not sure about the belt set up, it should be on a sticker under the hood. But losing your alt can cause the car to die due to loss of electrical power to run the computer, fuel pump, coils, ext. on some cars you can run for awhile on the battery, but eventually it'll die. Some cars are set up to die if the alt fails so that the rest of the cars systems can still be used

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On an 02 2.4l camry how do u change the serpentine belt

Hi Nick,
  • Get a 14mm or 9/16" socket and a long handled ratchet or breaker bar.
  • Get the belt around all the pulleys except the A/C compressor or Alternator.
  • The tensioner pulley is on a spring loaded arm. Get your socket on the center nut of this pulley.
  • Slowly pull the ratchet toward the center of the engine. The pulley will pivot on the arm allowing you to get the belt on the final pulley.
  • Slowly release the tension.
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