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How do u release tension on the alternator belt to put new belt on

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There should be tension bolts on the sides of the altinator that you losen to move up or down

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1998 Isuzu trooper 3.5 alternator replace


step one remove battery neg lug .
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remove belt steps remove alt. wiring. remove alternator (bolts) it falls free. replace it , reverse steps above belt back tension belt. battery cable back. test run. charge/BAT lamp off?
see wrench below, turn it CW.
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How to change an alternator


In almost all cases you have an idler tension pulley which rides against belt between alternator and main pulley at crankshaft, so it will have to be first thing to loosen to release tension on belt to remove. There is a special tool for releasing tension while you tighten it to put new belt on. Take some pictures before you pull off belt for it can get confusing if you don't know what you are doing entirely. These belts take some dramatic looping.
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How do I put the serpentine belt back on a 1998 saturn sl2 after I have installed a new alternator


there is a little stick man illustration sticker under the hood showing how to release belt tension by moving the tensioner arm. if the serpentine belt is still on the lower pulley then put the belt on everything except the tensioner, then move the tensioner arm as needed, put the belt in there and release the tensioner arm. most likely going to need two people to do this.

if the belt has come off the lower pulley then you are going to have to remove the service panel behind the right front wheel and put the belt back on lower pulley, then do as above described. this would be a great time to put a new tensioner, a new serpentine belt, and a new "dog bone" motor mount on as it will all be right there to work on with that service panel out.

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Alternator replacement: How do I release tension


there is a tensioner pully located in the belt path this part has a pulley on it... but it is flexable just put a socket on a breaker bar and put the socket on the pulley bolt and move the pulley the opposet way of the belt.... the tensioner can generlly move only one way reroute the belt on the motor

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How do you change the alternator belt on a 2002 toyota avalon xls


There are two bolts on the alternator:
One holds it in position on a rail to adjust belt tension and the other mounts it to a brace. Loosen both of these and angle the alternator to release the belt tension and remove the belt. Put the new one on and reverse your removal technique. You want the belt taut, but not tight. If it squeals when it's running, just adjust the tension to make it a little bit tighter.

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How do i release the tension on the serpentine belt. put on a new alternator and cant release the tension of the serpentine belt


on the tensioner you may have a square hole were you can fit a 3/8 drive ratchet if not then you may have a bolt usually 15mm where you can put a socket and swing the tensioner inorder to release tension most likely the square hole.

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How do I replace Serpentine belt on 92 gmc Sanoma.


should just have to turn the tensioner and pull belt off alternator pulley, release tensioner ,remove belt. install new belt, apply tension to tensioner and put belt back on alt. pulley.will require 1/2 in ratchet or serp. belt tool.

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Alternator Replacement


You may have a self tensioner which applies belt tension with a spring.

Look for a spot to put a 1/'2"drive breaker bar on it and release the belt tension, then slide the belt off and install new belt. You may need a helper to remove the belt while you hold the tension off,
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