Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 20-02-2012
e Belt Removal Instructions 1. Park your Ford F150 on a safe place and open the hood. 2. Place a drain pan below the engine within the path of the upper radiator hose, where it connects with the radiator, in case you have the 7.3L engine model. Remove the radiator clamp using a Phillips screwdriver or ratchet and socket. Twist and pull the hose off the radiator fitting. Go to Step 6. 3. Take away the cooling fan mounting bolts using a ratchet and…
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 20-02-2012
ensioner again, then slowly release the tensioner to regain stress on the belt. 6. Make certain the belt is seated appropriately on all pulleys and that the ribs on the belt are appropriately lined up with the pulley grooves. 7. Run the engine and observe to ensure appropriate installation….
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 03-01-2012
…ine. 3. Connect the belt tensioner tool to the serpentine belt tensioner. Move the tensioner aside with the software and slip the serpentine belt over the tensioner pulley, per your F250′s specific belt-routing diagram. 4. Release the pressure on the tensioner with the software, then remove the device and shut the hood. Belt-routing diagrams range from mannequin year to mannequin 12 months and likewise by the F250′s specific accent se…
Filed Under (Buick) by admin on 22-02-2012
…ssing the spring-loaded tensioner. Reinstall the motor mount and coolant overflow bottle, tightening the bolts securely. Begin the engine, and verify that the belt is routed correctly and sitting evenly in the pulley grooves. 5. Remove the jack and the wooden block before check-driving….
Filed Under (Peugeot) by admin on 22-02-2012
ollow the diagram to position the belt around the pulleys apart from the tensioner pulley. 5. Pull the tensioner pulley with a socket wrench. Place the belt around the pulley. Slowly release the tensioner to tighten the belt. 6. Start the automotive to observe the belt. The belt should transit smoothly across the pulleys….
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 14-03-2013
…th a new one and safe it to the tension meeting utilizing the existing tension pulley retaining bolt by the center of the pulley. Tighten it to 30 foot-kilos of torque before securing the tension assembly again on the engine. 5. Safe the tension pulley assembly to the engine using the armature retaining bolt and tighten to 30 foot-kilos of torque. Pull the Ford Bronco’s serpentine belt over the strain pulley with the tension pulley still lo…
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 15-11-2012
nterclockwise with a socket, socket extension and socket-wrench whereas the fan-drive belt is still installed. 7. Take away the fan-drive belt. 8. Take away the fan meeting together with the fan pulley, fan spacer and shroud. 9. Take away the alternator bracket, alternator pivot bolt and energy steering pump bracket from the water pump by turning the bolts counterclockwise with a socket and socket-wrench. 10. Remove all 14 bolts that join the wat…
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 13-11-2012
…Remove the two bolts within the alternator and take away the alternator. 3. Install the new alternator with the 2 bolts and loosely tighten them for the moment. Connect the electrical connectors on the rear of the alternator. 4. Put the belt on the alternator pulley. Pull the alternator again to apply stress to the v-belt and tighten the adjuster bolt to hold the alternator in place. Tighten both bolts, prime and bottom. If it is a serpentine bel…
Filed Under (Honda) by admin on 02-07-2012
…ne bay. Full this step from the engine bay and not from beneath the vehicle. 5. Place the brand new belt into the engine bay and route the belt around all the pulleys besides the tensioner pulley. Use your diagram as a guide. 6. Get under the Honda V6 again, push up on the ratchet driver handle and secure the belt over the tensioner pulley….
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 19-11-2012
…H bracket, then pull the LATCH system excessive of the seat, connect the buckle, and pull the unfastened end of the strap to tighten. In case your LATCH is a backside-mounted unit, fasten it to the anchor and pull to tighten. 4. Booster seats, designed for bigger kids, don’t usually have a LATCH system and are put in in utilizing only the Mustang’s seat belt. Booster seats which have their own youngster security harnesses can be utilized wi…