How to Put an Alternator Belt Back on a Buick?

Answer The alternator belt on your Buick travels inside of the grooves on the alternator pulley. The alternator belt is driven by the crankshaft. When the engine is cranked and running, the crankshaft tur... Read More »

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How to Replace an Alternator Belt on a 1985 Buick Century?

The 1985 model of the Buick Century is equipped with a belt-driven alternator. The alternator generates electricity to power systems in the car, including the battery charging system. The alternato... Read More »

How to Replace the Alternator Belt for a 1992 Buick Roadmaster?

The alternator belt on the 1992 Buick Roadmaster is a single accessory belt that controls all of the engine accessories. The accessories that the belt controls are the alternator, water pump, air c... Read More »

How Do I Put a Belt Back on a Buick?

Every Buick engine has either a serpentine belt that drives all of the car's accessories or a series of V-style belts that drive individual accessories. When you remove any belt, it needs to go bac... Read More »

How to Put a Serpentine Belt Back on an Alternator?

Installing the serpentine belt on the alternator pulley requires providing slack on the belt so it will reach to the alternator and can be tightened over the pulley. This can be done by loosening t... Read More »