How to Change Engine Drive Belts?

Answer You should change your engine's drive belts at least once a year. If you hear a high-pitched whine when running the engine, then your car is trying to tell you that you need the belts changed now. ... Read More »

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How to Replace Car Engine Drive Belts?

Your car's engine drive belts run accessories, including your power steering and air conditioning. They also run the charging system that keeps your battery charged. These drive belts are made of c... Read More »

How to Change the Drive Belts on a Toyota MR2?

Replacing Toyota MR2 engine drive belts, or accessory belts as they are commonly called, is a key repair. Drive belts wear over time because of the heat in the engine bay and stress placed on the b... Read More »

How to Change Drive Belts on a 1994 3.0?

The 1994 3.0-liter engine on the Plymouth Voyager, Dodge Caravan and the Chrysler Town and Country all use one drive belt to run the engine's alternator, AC compressor, water pump, crankshaft pulle... Read More »

How to Change Engine Belts in a 1993 Mazda Protege?

The 1993 Mazda Protege uses a single belt to power the alternator, and a single belt to simultaneously power the air conditioning compressor and the power steering pump. As with all automotive belt... Read More »