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With the belt tensioner. place a wrench on the tensioner pulley bolt and rotate body until tension on the belt is relieved

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How do i replace fanbelt


i don't know what car it is but this is what I know
  • The belt is held tightly in place by a number of pulleys. If you loosen just one, it will come off easily. (there are other variations with spring loaded tensioners but this advice concentrates on the basic system).
  • The alternator is usually rigged up so it can be swung sideways to loosen the belt.
  • All you have to do is find the right size spanner or socket wrench, loosen the mounting bolts on alternator then back off the single top bolt just enough to let the alternator move around.
  • Now you can slip the old belt off, check it for size against the new one and slip the new one on.
  • The new belt has to be reasonably tight. Not so tight that it will snap, of course, but tight enough to drive the alternator and water pump. You can just heave on the alternator but you'd probably have trouble holding it tight. Instead, slide a hammer handle or similar lever between the alternator and the mounting, taking care not to damage the alternator housing. Now all you need is a very light pressure to hold it tight while you do up the bolts. When the adjustment is complete, there should be approximately 10 mm to 13 mm of play in the belt, any more and the belt needs tightening.
The new belt will settle-in and stretch a little, so the tension should be checked again after 200 kilometres.

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Alternator belt diagram for isuzu bighorn


All above is Bull Sxxxt. Isuzu bighorn Alternator belt only drives water pump (fan) and alternator. Size of belt is 17x1000 and its a tight fit onto pulleys so it makes you think its wrong belt, but trust me its not. As if you get 17x1025 or 17x1050 belt you wont get it tight correctly due to not enough adustment on alternator. To change/adjust the belt very simple. Loosen 3 bolts (14mm socket) on power steering pump (its 2 belts that diving power steering and air con), loosen tensioner on p/s pump. Remove those 2 belt - to get access to alternator belt adjustment bolts. There are 2 bolts you will need to loosen One at the bottom of alternator (14mm socket and 25mm extension bar to get it easier) another one is 12mm on tensioner rail. Than adjust tension by screwing 12mm long bolt that mounted across the tensioner rail until you get tension correct. Correct tension is about 68kg. But i do it just to get it nicely tight without too much of sag. REMEMBER DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN the belt as you will crush berings on water pump or alternator.

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Tighten alternater belt


Loosen the altenater and use a prying bar to tighten the belt by pushing the altnater so as to tighten the belt. while holding altenater in place tighten bolts back tight. Belt should be tight when finished.

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I want to change two belts (A/C and Alternator) on my 1999 Mitsubishi Mirage 1.5 car. What steps I am suppose to do.


First, feel the tightness of your belts. You will have to tighten the new belts to the proper tightness. If they are too tight, they will wear the bearings prematurely. If they are too loose, they will slip.

Alternator Belt Removal

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  1. Loosen the alternator lock nut.
  2. Loosen the adjuster bolt.
  3. Rotate the adjuster bolt counter clockwise to release the tension on the belt.
  4. Remove the belt.
Similarly for the compressor belt

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  1. Loosen the lock nut.
  2. Loosen the adjuster bolt.
  3. Rotate the adjuster bolt counter clockwise to release the tension on the belt.
  4. Remove the belt.
5. Install the new compressor belt

6. Rotate the adjuster bolt clockwise until the belt is tight like it was before you removed it.

7. Tighten the lock bolt.

8. Install the new alternator belt

9. Rotate the adjuster bolt clockwise until the belt is tight like it was before you removed it.

10. Tighten the lock bolt.

11. enjoy life

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Fan belt remove


You need to loosen the alternator or power steering pump. Which ever is the case on your car. Once you loosen the bolts the unit will then move and loosen the belt. Pull the belt off and around the fan belt. reverse the process when you replace the belt being sure to get the alternator and belt nice and tight. You can use a tire iron to pull the unit tight while snugging down he bolts. Let me know if this helped. Raz

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How do i tighten a loose screeching belt on an '01 accent gs 1.6L


The belt is adjusted by the position of the alternator. Loosen the bottom mounting bolts. Loosen the adjusting bolt in the top bracket & using a suitable lever, pry the alternator outwards until the belt is tight. Do not tighten it too tight. you should be able to deflect the belt down about 3/4 -1" when tightened. Hold the bar to maintain this tension on the belt and tighten the top adjusting bolt. Re-tighten the two bottom bolts. Check the deflection of the belt once more to ensure it is not to tight.

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There are three belts on my sons 95 honda and we need to change the alt belt, the first one of the 3 of course, how do we go about it


10mm Socket
12mm Socket & Wrench
14mm Socket & Wrench

Loosen the Tension bolt
Loosen the Pivot Nut
Loosen the Mounting Nut

Push it down to the point of relieving the old belt so you can take it off. You might have to carefully pry the alternator down to get it to pivot enough for removal and installation of new belt, depending on rust, etc. The new belt, make it pretty tight, it should wiggle with about 1/4 of an inch of play Too loose it will squeak, too tight it will fail early.

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My drive belt on a1997 chrysler sebring is off can you tell me how to put it on.


If this car has a v-6 (2.5). You have to loosen the belt tensioner. It is located along the side of the passengers wheel well. Turn the passengers tire outwards, and kneel down. Look inside the wheel weel, and about the same line of sight as your eyes when you look in there you will see, a bolt, and a pulley, with a bolt in the center of the pulley. Loosen the pulley bolt first, and then loosen the tensioner bolt, Pun on belt careful to watch the routing, and pull pulley tight, with hand, and then tighten the tensinner bolt. Belt should be taught, but not very tight. Then tighten the pulley bolt.
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fan bealt is easy to change all you need to do is right down how the belt runs befor you start and then loosen the alatanator and move it closer to loosen the belt then remove the belt around the fan and replace just like you wrote down then use a bar to tighten the belt by prying the altaator away from the motor but don't make it to tight then once tou have it as tight as you want tighten back the altanator and thats it

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