How to Remove the Belt Tensioner in a 2007 Corolla?

Answer The accessory drive belt on the 2007 Toyota Corolla with a 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine drives the power steering pump, alternator and AC compressor. The belt tensioner is designed to maintain en... Read More »

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How to Remove the Belt Tensioner Pulley in a 2001 Corolla?

The automatic belt tensioner is one of six pulleys around which the Toyota Corolla's drive belt winds. The single drive belt is responsible for operating the power steering pump, alternator, water ... Read More »

How to Adjust the Belt Tensioner on a Toyota Corolla?

A single serpentine drive belt in the Toyota Corolla engine is looped around the alternator, power steering pump, air conditioning compressor and water pump. The tension on the belt is controlled b... Read More »

How Replace a Corolla Drive Belt Tensioner?

The drive belt tensioner installed in the 1997 through 2008 Toyota Corolla model vehicles is the component that keeps the drive belt tensioned around each accessory pulley; it is a spring-loaded co... Read More »

2007 1.8 Corolla Serpentine Belt Install?

The serpentine belt on a 1995 Toyota Corolla equipped with a 1.8-liter engine runs the air conditioner, the radiator fan, the alternator and the water pump. Since the belt weaves in and out of the ... Read More »