October 21, 2015 Followup from the Pelican Staff: Remove the belt and look for loose or binding pulleys. While also inspecting your serpentine belts, also check for wear or resistance in the pulleys. We only offer parts we know you can trust to perform! If there are two choices, get them both so you can complete the repair. January 30, 2013 Followup from the Pelican Staff: hanks for the feedback. Replace any plastic caps that you may have removed from the front of the tensioner pulleys.
The reason we leave the radiator hose attached for now is to prevent coolant from contaminating the belts. Remove the belts and inspect the pulleys. With a mallot I was able to loosen the alternator enough to remove the old belt. Try to isolate the noise. Engine noise does seem to be pretty loud, but thats kind always been like that. A closed position failure is much more dangerous than a failure in the open position.
I do not hear it at start up nor after driving short distances. There are typically two belts on the car - one that powers the air conditioning compressor and another that powers everything else. Alright folks, thought I'd share my experience with you of changing my water pump and fan belt with step by step pictures showing how I done this, since you guys have helped me out so much in the past and im grateful for it. On most cars and trucks the procedure is basically the same. April 15, 2014 Followup from the Pelican Staff: We dont have that tech article. How many mounting bolts do I need to loosen? Inspect the water pump pulley for movement or lateral play.
This closeup shows the correct mating. What about the hydraulic tensioners? There is no specific torque value for these clamps: it's all by feel. I'm stuck on the tensioner for the power steering pump. Remove the pump from the car and place on a work bench. Different tensioners turn different directions, so you may have to rotate the tensioner clockwise or counter-clockwise depending upon your particular car.
Pulling that away from the rear of the unit provides access to the wiring. Timing belt was one of those items. . The water pump pulley is shown removed in this picture but it is not necessary to remove it to do this work. I also tested the idler pulleys and found their conditions to be fine, i. July 23, 2013 Followup from the Pelican Staff: Your belt is on wrong, the belt should go around the water pump, then the tensioner, then down to crankshaft.
See if they spin free or have play in the bearings. The air cleaner housing should then lift out. If the noise goes away, replace the belt. Contrast with the new style tensioner depicted below. Torque the nut to 45 Nm or simply apply an air wrench for a few seconds to ensure the nut is sufficiently tightened.
I resat the belt, started it back up, and have the same problem, whining and belt slippage. . I am wondering if the bracketing is on correctly as there is very little adjustment on the compresser. Follow the directions in the tech article. April 14, 2015 Followup from the Pelican Staff: Could be power steering pump or alternator.
If you find yourself using a tool like a socket and ratchet that gets close to the wiring on the rear of the alternator, do yourself a favor and disconnect the ground strap on the battery yellow arrow as well as the positive red arrow. Its a conti-V multirib belt 5k829. Start by removing the drive belt and ispecting the pulleys for looseness. December 13, 2011 Followup from the Pelican Staff: You do not have to remove the fan. They can figure out what part or repair kit you need.
I just replaced the alternator. There were two pulleys that both were identical as tensioner pulleys. I recommend the belts be replaced if they have been in service longer than 60K miles. This process varies slightly based the specific revision of mechanical belt tensioner in use. Thank you for your response. I changed both tank and belt but after 200 km both belts snapped again and had to tow the car home. I used a 22 mm impact socket I had on hand but other sizes may work.