2004 Mercury Mountaineer "change fanbelt" Questions

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changed fanbelt. Everything works except steering is tight. Why? How do I fix you might want to check the power steering belt to make sure it did not loosen up, if it tight then the fluid may be low. ...

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how do I change a fanbelt on a 2005 micra 1.4 where do I start to change the fanbelt Slacken of charging altinator and thread old belt through fan, then new one on the same way

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change the fanbelt and how do you know when it needs to be changed? What is a reasonable price to have it done? There could be several fanbelts. If it's a serpentine belt, there's only one. Belts need

...problem, a mechanic may charge you from $350 - $600. if it is by the hoses you most likely have to change them may have a small crack in one of them, one hose goes the other is sure to follow. I ...

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...change a mahindra scorpio fanbelt A diagram of the fanbelt fitment first pull the auto tensioner towards upwards by hand then lock it by put a long 10mm bolt.before that you need a big double end ...

change fanbelt on a 2005 toyota corolla, 1.8 engin w/air http://www.toyotanation.com/forum/showthread.php?t=83011 just loosen the tensionere and remove belt. follow diagram sticker on your car to ...

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do you have to remove radiotor fan to change fanbelt on 2001 grand cherokee no just slip belt around fan to install, you may have to spin fan slowly around whil slipping belt over it.

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change fanbelt on 01vw bora 1.9tdi The fan belt routing pattern for 2001 VW Bora 1.9 TDI CS = Crankshaft F = Fan pulley Gen = Alternator T = Tensioner AC = Air Conditioning PAS = Power Assisted ...

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fanbelt noise Fanbelt noise from that year Grand Cherokee usually indicates a bad idler pulley. There are two of them and they should both be changed at the same time. Have them checked out.

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