The main serpentine belt follows the route in image 1.
On top of the alternator you will find the adjuster for the serpentine belt. (Image 2) Spray it with some lube and loosen the lock nut and the pivot bolt. Loosen the tension bolt and back it off so the alternator can move in toward the engine. Route the belt around the alternator, idler, AC and crank pulley. Be sure it is in the grooves and seated properly, then slowly tighten the tension bolt while making sure the belt stays seated. Tighten it until you can barely deflect the belt approximately half an inch on the top run from alternator to crank pulley. Tighten the pivot and lock bolts.
For the power steering belt you will need a long half inch drive breaker bar. It get's inserted into the bracket the pump is mounted on. (Image 3) Then loosen the lock bolt and pivot bolt. Use the bar to move the pump so the belt can be installed. Be sure it is seated and then use the bar to apply tension on the belt. While holding the tension you tighten the lock bolt and then the pivot bolt.
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Sunday, June 24th, 2018 AT 12:56 PM