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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
for the most part there is a diagram under the hood unless the label has peel off in a case like that you can ask for a diagram were you are getting the new belt what i do is draw me a diagram before i take the old one off and i have also went to the libaray and there you can get print outs and diagrams of your car.
Posted on Feb 23, 2009
These engines have a timing chain, not a belt. They also have nylon coated guides under the cover that wear. If you change the chain yourself, or have it done, check the guides as well.
Posted on Mar 26, 2009
get a floor jack and a small block of wood. place the floor jack under the oil pan. jack up the jack until you feel it on the oil pan. remove the engine mount. you will need a deep 15mm socket and a 6inch extension. the mount has 4 bolts. remove it. then jack the engine up with the floor jack until the power steering reservoir almost touches the cowl. now take a long 14mm wrench and place that on the bolt head on the belt tensioner. pull the wrench until the belt slacks up. remove the belt. Installation opposite of removal. Here is a belt diagram. I hope this helps!! If you have any problems or questions e-mail me at: Redlinetech07@yahoo.com
Posted on May 23, 2009
Take off, or loosen the front half of the wheel well. There will be 3 screws (7mm) and two trim clips There are two clips on the plastic piece just under the belt. Take those out, and you will have full access to the belt and the tensioner. The tensioner nut (so to speak) is 9/16, and cannot be accessed with a socket. Must use a wrench with a long handle. At that point, hook the wrench to the nut and turn it clockwise to loosen. Remove the belt, and replace it with a new one
Posted on Nov 22, 2009
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