Question about 2001 Chevrolet Tracker
Hello i can assist you in your job first thing would to disconnect your batter terminals next have a serpentine belt tension er tool ready to release the tension or your belt.If you haven't a serpentine belt tool these can be purchased at local =auto part supplies.Once you have released the tension on the belt turning the tool counter clock wise you will need to care fully lift the belt off the pulley try to avoid removing the belt from all pulleys if possible.Now you can apply proper size socket the the idler pulley it is a small round idle with a bolt in the center just like the one you have in your hand to replace.Now turn ratchet wrench counter clock wise and remove the bolt and idle.Now install your new idler make sure your serpentine belt is exactly going on the pulley you lifted it off from you have a diagram on your engine compartment inner hood area for diagram if you should need it.Once you have seated your fan belt back on release the tension clockwise now reconnect your battery terminals and start engine be sure all equipment and tools are removed and belt in turning properly on the pulleys and the job is complete.
Posted on Dec 28, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Replace idler arm pulley
An idler arm is a steering component found on vehicles without rack and pinion steering. Your referring to an idler pulley. To replace: remove the belt, remove the bolt from the center of the pulley, replace the pulley and reinstall the belt.
Posted on Apr 17, 2009
Removal & Installation
A/C Compressor Belt
Power Steering Pump Belt
Posted on Apr 26, 2009
The belt typically won't squeal when too tight, it will just put more wear and tear on the components. I would recommend removing the belt, and cleaning the pulley with brake parts cleaner and a tooth brush. There is probably some sort of residue on the pulley, which is allowing the belt to slip when the a/c clutch engages. If this doesn't help, make sure all of your pulleys are aligned. Use a long straight edge to check their alignment with each other. If they aren't close to perfectly straight, it will cause the belt to ride funny and squeal when the a/c clutch engages.
Posted on May 28, 2009
It might be best to remove the power steering pump and bracket, then pry engine away from passenger side. That should give you enough room.
Posted on Jun 24, 2009
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