Question about 1996 Cadillac Seville CA Value
The serpentine belt? Or just a plain V-belt.? Oh well, doesn't matter, they both have different tensioners, you have to find the tensioner or the pulley with the tensioner on it, It will look like a bracket with a square hole in it, this will accept a 1/2 drive breaker bar end or ratchet, loosen up the front bolt and torque that baby over to pull the belt tight and tighten it back up. If that isn't it, look for a pulley with a long bolt through the top of it, it will move the pulley up and down to tighten the belt, The lock bolt is in the front of the pulley. If that isn't it, look for a part, power steering pump, alternator, air pump, something that will move to tighten up the belt, Usually the power steering pump will be it, Loosen up the front bolt and pry the pump over to tighten up the belt, lock it back up. And the last place, if you haven't found it by now, will be underneath, it is the same as the pulley tensioner, only the adj is made from below. Now that you are totally confused, I can't think of another place it would be. Those are the most common, on all cars. Hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 18, 2010
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