I'm not positive, but the Thing may still have a generator/regulator.
On the engine, the only belt you see connects the crank to the generator/alternator. Loosen the bolt on the gen pully, be careful not to lose the shims in the pully ass'y (this is how you set the tension) and then there are about 4 bolts holding the gen to the doghouse, plus the bolts holding the gen to the generator stand. Plus the wires- note color and location.
If you are replacing a generator (vs. An alternator) consider also replacing the voltage regulator- and be careful to follow the instructions so you don't toast the regulator at first spin up.
The top pulley is a two piece affair separated by shims to make the belt more or less tight.
Count the shims when you take 'em out and put them back in. Fewer shims = tighter, less shims = looser.
Best of luck.
Thursday, March 9th, 2006 AT 10:45 AM