Question about 1998 GMC Envoy
I bought a new belt for my car, with a new tensioner pulley and idler pulley and the belt still will not stay tight, can anyone help me i dont know what is wrong with my car!!!!
I guess my first question would be are you sure you got the right replacement belt ? And are all of the pulleys on straight ?
Is the belt slipping, or coming off ?
Was the original belt giving you problems ?
Posted on Feb 19, 2014
There are two fuse boxes on a 2002 Envoy One under the Rear seat on the drivers side and one under the hood on the drivers side.
Posted on Mar 19, 2009
REMOVAL & INSTALLATION
Fig. 1: A gauge is recommended, but you can check belt tension with thumb pressure
Fig. 2: Loosen the component's mounting and adjusting bolts slightly to remove or adjust the belt(s)
Fig. 3: Push the component toward the engine and slip off the belt
Fig. 4: Slip the new belt over the pulley
Fig. 5: Pull outward on the component and tighten the mounting bolts
Fig. 6: Accessory mountings found on 6.2L diesel engines
Posted on Mar 20, 2009
it is decieving. if the tensioner has an extension of about two inches from the base, it takes a 15 mm to lift it, be easy, make sure the wrench is not going to touch anything as you release it after taking the belt off
Posted on Sep 18, 2009
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