Information is attached
AC Pulley Removal
Loosen adjusting locknut, then turn jack-screw, Fig. 27, counterclockwise to reduce belt tension and remove belt.
When reinstalling belt, adjust belt tension to 5/16 inch deflection between pulleys.
WARNING: Belts must be checked with engine not running.
ACCESSORY DRIVE BELTS
Loosen Adjusting Lock Nut Fig. 2.
Turn adjusting "jack" screw counterclockwise to reduce belt tension. Remove belt.
Adjust belt tension. A small spring scale can be used to establish the ten-pound belt load. Belt deflection under a ten-pound push or pull should be between 6 mm (1/4 in.) to 8mm (5/16 in.). Tighten pulley nut to 57 Nm (40 ft. lbs.) after adjustment.
Alternator/Power Steering Belt
Install breaker bar into 1/2 square opening in tensioner.
Rotate tensioner counterclockwise to remove (and install) belt Fig. 3.
Install breaker bar into square opening in tensioner, Figs. 29 and 30.
2. On 1990 and earlier models, rotate tensioner counterclockwise to remove or install belt.
On 1991 and later models, rotate tensioner counterclockwise to remove or install belt.
Tuesday, November 11th, 2008 AT 12:15 AM