Question about Cars & Trucks
Do you mean a drive belt? like a serpintine belt? first find the belt tensioner, use a socket that will fit on the bolt. attach a breaker bar to socket. lift tensioner up, when belt loosens slide belt off of one pulley. slowly release tensioner. remove belt. now is the tricky part. install new belt leaving that last pulley for last. use breaker bar again to lift tensioner, slide belt onto last pulley. slowly release tensioner. check all pulleys to make sure belt is on properly. when ready start engine to see if belt will work properly.
Posted on Oct 09, 2009
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