Question about Kia Sedona
Here is a vedio on changing Kia Sedona Belt :
YOU START OUT BY LOOSENING THE ALTERNATOR IT HAS A TENION SCREW IN END A BOLT ON FRONT OF THE TENSION BOLT THE A BOLT ON THE BACK AND ABOLT ON FRONT NEAR THE EENGINE THE ALT. IS READY HAVE BELT REMOVED ANDREPLACED THEN JUST TIGHTEN EVERY TTHING BACK UP ON THAT SIDE. THEN MOVE TO THE POWER STEERING BELT IT WILL BE A LITTLE MORE HARD BUT NOT BAD SUGGESTING CUT THE POWER STEERING BELT OFF THAT WILL MAKE IT EASIER TO FIND THE 5 BOLTS YOU WILL HAVE TO LOOSEN YOU WILL HAVE 2 ON THE TENSION JUST LIKE THE ALT. THEN ONE BEHIND THE PULLEY AND 2 BELOW THE PUMP BELOW THE PULLEY ONCE YOU HAVE THOSE LOOSE YOU CAN PUT THE BELT ON AND TIGHTEN EVERY THING BACK UP. TOOLS YOU WILL ASET OF SOCKETS 6 POINT WITH EXTESION A SET OF 45 DEGREE WRECHES 6 POINT.
Posted on Jul 26, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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