Question about 1994 Chevrolet Corsica
Hi, to replace the serpentine belt is a bit of work, but not really that hard. You will need to take off the right front tire. Once the tire is off, you will see a "panel" with screws on it..4 or 5 i think. You will need to remove this. You will need to unhook the cables from your battery, then loosen up your alternator. You will need to take off the top motor mount. There are 2 bolts holding it to the right fender well at right top. and I beleive 3 bolts holding it to the motor mount support. You will notice a bracket right under your alternator. 2 bolts you can reach from the top, 1 bolt you will need to go up under from the bottom. There should be a "window" just to the back of where your tire goes where you can reach through to get the last bolt to the bracket. Use a wrench to raise the tension bar up, and then the belt will slip right off.
Posted on May 26, 2011
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