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How to fit alternator belt


You must remove tension on your belt by loosening the belt tensioner.

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Hi Tom, The adjustment of the alternator is carried out by 1) loosening the locking nut which is fitted to the top front housing of the alternator and is fitted parallel to the alternator. 2) loosen the adjustment bolt located on top of the bracket until the belt can be removed and a replacement fitted. Regards John

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Ive got an alternator belt on a 1978 mercedes 450sl and the belt needs to go on the inside pully whats the easiest way. wrayturner@comcast.net


The only way to replace an alternator drive belt that is on an inside pulley is to remove the outer belts before the inner one can be fitted.
To fit inner belt, loosen the adjusting clamp and mounting bolts on the units that tension the outer belts such as the aircon compressor and power steering units and moove them to loosen the belts and then remove these belts. Once these belts are off, check them for wear and cracking of the rubber on the inside surface and if suspect it would pay to replace them as well. Loosen clamp and mounting bolts on the alternator, if not already done so, and moove alternator so that alternator belt can be fitted.
Retension alternator belt and tighten clsmping and mounting bolts Refit other belts in turn and tension and tighten clamping and mounting bolts.
Correct tension is when belt is pushed on the longest run between pulleys with a 10 Kg force. Belt should deflect a maximum of 8 mm.

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How do you change an alternater belt


require to loosen of alternator mount bolts. Slide the alternator towards the rear of the car, this will slacken off the belt. Remove alternator belt and feed over the harmonic balancer and fan.Fit new belt. Slide alternator foward untill their is around 10-15 mm deflection in the belt, and tighten alternator mount bolts again to secure belt and tension. Recheck tension after about 500kms

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Alternator belt is broken


Get a new belt from an autoparts store, to suit your vehicle year and model.

The alternator has to be loosened to fit the new belt. There's usually two locations to loosen

  1. the top adjuster clamp arm; and
  2. the lower pivot bolt. On the 4cyl motors its in behind the oil filter. Uncertain about the v6.
Once loose, the alternator can be swiveled so that the belt will fit over the main pulley.

Make sure that the alternator does actually rotate. If not, get it serviced or replaced.

Swivel the alternator back down and tighten the clamp arm so there's about 8-10mm of movement when you press the belt.

Tighten up the lower pivot bolt.

If you don't have the tools or skills to do this, have the car towed to a garage.

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Belt diagram 1997 toyota corolla? alternator belt replacement?


The 97 Corolla has three accessory belts. The alternator belt is the one you see when you look down on the passenger side standing near the front of the engine compartment. If fits over the alternator and the engine pulley. The belt beneath it is the a/c belt (if the car has a/c). It fits over the engine pulley and the a/c compressor. The power steering belt is toward the rear of the engine compartment, on the same side. It fits around the engine pulley and the power steering pump.

Replacing the alternator belt is not too difficult. Standing in front of the car and facing towards the rear, loosen the locking bolt under the right side of the alternator. Then loosen the alternator hinge bolt on top of the alternator. Now you are ready to loosen the alternator belt tensioner adjustment bolt, accessed under the alternator from the front. Turn the tensioner until the old belt is loose enough to remove, then turn it further so that the new belt will go on easily. Replace the belt and re-tension until you have about 1/4 in. to 1/8 in. of play in the belt, tighten the lock bolt and the hinge bolt, and run the engine. If the belt squeals it means you need more tension, but do not overtension. Recheck it after a few days.

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My car is a VW golf Gti mk3 8v 2.0L, Alternator / water pump drive belt has snapped and been lost. I have new belt but I'm unsure of routing around the 3 pulleys. does the alternator act as the tensioner??


loosen the alternator and push the alternator to-wards the engine,put your new belt on ,fitting around the 3 pulleys once fitted look and see that the belt is in line.If your happy the belt is lined put a small bar between the engine and alternator and force the alternator out towards the front this should tension your belt tighten bolts on alternator.;at the longest point between two pullys in the middle of the belt move belt up and down with fingers if tension is right it should not move more than about 150ml,hope this helps you.adrian

Feb 02, 2009 | 1997 Volkswagen Golf

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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,
Its been awhile since I have seen an Escort, i may be wrong!

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