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I replaced starter,altenator,serpintine belt and batterry...car wont kick over or push start

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CHECK THE TIMING, FIRING ORDER POINT

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Battery not charging, replaced but still no good


check condition of belt. If a "v" belt the back of the belt must be level with the top of the pulley otherwise the belt slips under load and it take power to drive an alternator while charging check belt tension and adjust if necessary. If a serpintine belt-multigroove make sure the belt is properly tensioned

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Has anyone checked the timing belt ? sounds to me like it might have striped or broke a timing belt. need to ckeck it for fire/fuel , there should be a cover you can remove to see if the belt has any damage.

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I bought a new alternator, replaced, the battery and serpintine belt for my car and it still wont start, it will crank but will not kick over


Check to see if you have spark. Check to see if you have fuel pressure. There will be a what looks like a valve stem somewhere on a fuel line or rail. Push it down like a tire valve core and just turn on the key to the run position and see if fuel pumps through. Even if fuel pumps, it could have weak pressure too. If neither of these lead you anywhere, you may have sensor problems.

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disconnect the negative battery cable first. Remove the serpintine belt. Next remove the red wire from the altenator. Unplug the black connecter from it next. Remove retaining mounting bolts.Remove altenator. Then reverse this proceedure to install

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I have a 2000 VW Beetle - the battery light came on this morning will driving to work (5 minute drive) and by the the time I got to work, the power steering wasn't working. Any ideas?


Sounds like the serpintine belt that turns your power steering pump has broken or came off of the pulley.

You should see the problem when you open the hood.

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I was driving down the road, car started acting like it wasnt getting any power so i pulled into a parking lot, put car in park, it idled rough for about a minute, then the battery light popped on and car...


sounds like your altenator is bad. it will bring down your battery. your serpintine belt could also be bad and slipping. my bet is the altenator went bad and your batteru is now bad also. replace both and you should be good to go

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Cant find drive belt tensioner bolt to loosen serpintine belt


The serpentine belt tensioner / pulley is on the front of the engine, and part of the belt 'routing'.

Its job is to put tension on the belt as it drives the other devices like the power steering pump, water pump, air conditioning compressor.

It is an aluminum casting that mounts with a single bolt to the engine. The pulley is attached to the arm.

There are a few ways to move / pry the arm inwards, thus releasing the tension on the belt for removing/installing: grab on the pulley bolt (15mm?) with a wrench, or some later models have an opening for a 3/8th socket wrench to attach to directly without a socket.

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I replaced the alternator on my 2005 Nissan Sentra and now I am not able to get the serpintine belt back on the pulley and then tighten it up


Ok. There should be a tension pulley on the engine that the belt runs through. You can notice it because it is not attached to anything except the engine block or a support bar. You can lift if up or push it down with a wrench or socket and wrench. It moves so it can give you space to put the belt on. After the belt is on, release teh pulley and it will tighten up (tension) your belt and your done.

If by chance you do not have this tension pulley, then you have to only put one bolt in the altenator, put the belt on like normal, pry the altenator in place with the belt on it, then put the last bolt in.

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If the belts are making noise, the alternator may NOT be spinning fast enough to produce sufficient voltage to charge ther battery, because the belts are slipping, and slipping = noises.
Tighten the belts.

Regarding the starter: Replace it, or get it overhauled at a starter repair service. You have bad starter contacts

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