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Tighten ac belt on 2004 montero sport

How do I tighten the ac belt on 2004 montero sport also how do I change the tensioner

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The tensioner keeps the tension, change it and your problem should be solved

Posted on Jul 04, 2010

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On the 3.5 engine, the parts book shows a regular V belt for the ac.
There should be an idler pulley you move to get the belt off and on.

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Putting the alternator belt on a montero sport


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I have a squeaking sound that I think is coming from the ac compressor. I noticed it stoped when I put on belt dressing and the pulley got wet. I heard the same sound coming from other monteros as well,...


once the belt become loose it slips and its friction surfaces become damaged .. even if its then tightened properly it may still slip .. an old damaged belt should be replaced and tensioned properly ... its common for older type belts to slip and make noise .. it is not as common in later cars since they often have automatic belt tension and improved belts .. any slipping is a sign of some other problem ... one frequently seen problem on some cars is a pulley that is spring loaded to keep the belt properly tightened .. the pivot on the pulley freezes up and no longer maintains proper tension .. those pulleys can sometimes be re lubed but often are hopelessly frozen and need replaced ... also other pulleys and the alternator bearings can start to make a squeaking noise when the sealed bearings lose there lube .. you can put a drop of oil on each bearing to see if one quiets the sound ..

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I want to change belt on ac it it nessary to have to loosen tension pulley


Yes, that's what lock's it in place to hold tension on belt, loosen nut on pulley, and turn other bolt and pulley will slide up or down to release tension on belt.

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How to replace alternator.. taking it off and finding the belt tensioner on 97 montero sport ls


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How do i change the alternator on a 1998 mitsubishi montero sport


Disconnect the battery negative cable.
Remove 12mm (3) and 14mm (4) bolts holding skidplate on and remove skidplate
Loosen the 14mm nut on the tensioner, then unscrew the tensioner adjuster bolt until the belt can slide off.
Unplug the alternator electrical connector.
Unbolt the alternator cable lug (12mm or 13mm depending on alternator manufacturer)
Remove lower 12mm bolt
Remove upper 14mm pivot bolt
Use large screwdriver to pry alternator off bracket, it pinches on when the pivot bolt is tightened.
Drop alternator out bottom of engine bay; helps to unbolt or bend transmission cooler lines out of the way.

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I have a 98 Montero Sport, whenever my belt sqeaks I check the tension and usually thats the problem. Tighten them accordingly and it should solve it. As for the timing belt, mine is a belt not chain. First time I had it changed was at 100,000 miles and the dealrship said I was cutting it close ><

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Putting on top belt


you dont need remove the fan or the fan shrow you can put the belt on by looping the belt partially on a fan blade and then turnning the fan blade kinda like a bicycle chain and if it is the power steering belt there is a guard over the top of the pulley just remove the 2 10 milimeter bolts and it will come right off

Oct 19, 2008 | 2004 Mitsubishi Montero Sport

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