Question about 2006 Toyota Corolla
Purchase the correct belt. take a pencil and paper and draw all the little circles on the paper to look like your wheels on your engine. and then draw how the belt goes around each one.
now find a socket to fit the tensioner pulley.
to find out which ones the tensioner squeezer your belt and watch which one moves. now on that pulley put your wrench and push down and it loosens the pulley enuff to slip the old belt off. then put the new one around as many of the wheels as you can, push the pulley back down, and slide the belt back into place.
doublecheck your belt routing, and if you think you got it correct, start the engine and watch for excessive movement. if theres crazy movement, adjust the belt
Posted on Jul 31, 2010
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