plymoth voyager 98 3.0L

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Old 01-27-05, 07:29 PM
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plymoth voyager 98 3.0L

which bolts are used to replace belt for ac having trouble figuring which bolts are used to loosen belt and then reinstall new pully belt
 
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Old 01-28-05, 04:50 AM
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You can find that info @ www.autozone.com, but generally speaking you loosen the nut in the center of the idler pulley and then the tension is applied/relieved by loosening/tightening the bolt that runs perpendicular to the pulley shaft on the back side.

http://www.autozone.com/servlet/UiBr...17.jsp#hd1-1-2
 
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Old 01-28-05, 04:10 PM
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Standing in front of your vehicle looking at the engine, look at the pulley that is the highest on the A/C belt, its smaller than the other 2. You will see a bolt sticking u at an angle behind that pulley. Looking down you should see the head of that bolt. Once you loosen up the nut on the front of the pulley, loosed that first bolt i mentioned and your belt will begin to loosen. Then you can change the belt. If you only want to tighten the belt then just tighten that bolt down a little at a time and check to make sure you dont get it to tight. If you are replacing that belt you will have to remove the larger belt first. To do this you just find the tensioner for the large belt and put a wrench on it and push it. This will loosen the belt to the point where it can be removed. There should be a diagram under the hood somewhere to show you where the tensioner is and how the belts go back on.
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Old 01-30-05, 04:39 PM
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thank you very much great description
 
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