Renaultkoleos 2009 were is the tatening fan belt situeted
I shouldn't answer, as I know nothing of this model, but in the event you don't get a better answer, here's a little tip or two. You said fan belt, so I will assume you don't mean a serpentine belt with it's separate tensioner, and the alternator usually set in a fixed position. When a fan belt runs an alternator, the alternator may be set in an engine bracket where it is adjustable by having an adjuster bolt and a pivot bolt, usually set opposite each other on the alternator bracket. To loosen the belt you loosen both the adjuster bolt and the pivot bolt, then the alternator can swing in closer to the engine for belt removal. The adjuster bolt is usually in a slotted hole so it can travel back and forth- sometimes it has to be removed for the alternator to pivot far enough inward for belt removal. And sometimes the pivot bolt will have a nut on its other end-make sure the pivot bolt is loose enough for the alternator to move.
Now if your alternator is mounted different, there may be another pulley somewhere that will release tension on the belt. But you will have to make that call. If you don't mind my asking, where are you? I live in the state of Montana in the U.S. I certainly haven't seen a renault in many years. I think they stopped importing them over here about 1985 or late '80's anyway.
Mar 19, 2013 |
Cars & Trucks