Question about 1984 Pontiac Fiero
I own an 86 v6 fiero, not an 84 4-cyl like yours probably is.
If you have the old belt, and it broke in one place, just wrap it around the alternator or whatever pulley you were talking about and see where it reaches in a snug position (as it was approximately installed before it snapped)
If there are two pulleys on the same shaft, just pick whichever one is square to the other connecting pulleys. Or just check to see if one shows signs of use or is rusted/dusty (like it hasn't been used recently).
How many pulleys are there total? Water pump, alternator, drive, a/c...4 total? One serpentine belt for all? Give me some more info
and I'll let you know what to do if you haven't figured it out by now
Posted on May 28, 2010
Look at the 2.8 Chevy S-10 info. Same engine
Posted on May 10, 2010
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