Question about 1995 Honda Accord
While wearing safety goggles and engine switch off.
Your 95 Accord comes with a 2.2L (4 cylinder)
I believe the 2.2L has two belts: power steering and alternator (with or without A/C - different belt applications).
If you are replacing belts note the routing of each one..
. In any case these belts are not easy to replace . Each of the belts has its own manual tensioner. You should have pry bar or lever to push the tensioner back to release the tension on the belt.
There is not a lot of room to work between the pulleys and body of car (the engine is transversely mounted). Slip the belt off any pulley you can reach. Carefully release the pry bar on the tensioner pulley. To replace belt reverse the above step. Do not pinch or crimp the new belt.
You may also want to consider the timing belt also.
Posted on Mar 18, 2009
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