Question about 1998 Jeep Wrangler
Somewhere in the world there may be a specification for that but in reality, just make the pulley through bolt tight (without being and animal on it). The long jack bolt gets tightened first. There, you check belt deflection. You should have about one inch or slightly less deflection in the center of the longest run of the belt. After getting it to that point, lock it and tighten the pulley. Run it for a few minutes and then drive it. If the belt squeals, loosen the adjustment and give it a few more turns. Do not over-tighten it. A loose belt will be noisy. An overtightened one can destroy component bearings.
Posted on May 19, 2011
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