1994 toyota tercel v-belt replacement

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Old 04-10-07, 09:18 PM
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1994 toyota tercel v-belt replacement

The alternator/water pump belt disappeared today while driving. It is the belt in back behind the power steering/AC belt. How can I get the front belt off to put the new back belt on? I cant seem to find all the bolts to remove the power steering pump. Any ideas? Or does anyone have a diagram of where the bolts are to remove the power steering? Thanks
 
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Old 04-11-07, 01:58 AM
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dont remove

You dont remove the pump you just slide it up remove the belt. Not sure were the bolts are but just loosen them. Replace that belt as well. look around under the hood for a picture.
 
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The power steering pump only has a bracket that is flat against the block. There is possible sliding involved. The engine is so compacted under the hood, I can only feel around and not see. Does anyone else have any ideas?
 
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I would replace both as well. Just cut the one in the way of, slip the rear one on, then the one you cut off.
 
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Go to Autozone, Advance Auto Parts, etc; and get an manual for your auto. For an Haynes it's #92085 page 1-14 or you might find the same info at autozone.com in the repair section(I don't have the exact link) or you might try the following link --http://www.bedlib.org/ebsco.html --- then select the repair logo on the page. Have a good one. Geo
 
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