How to Replace a Belt Tensioner on a 2000 Chrysler Grand Voyager?

Answer The belt tensioner on the 2000 Chrysler Grand Voyager is the main component that holds the proper amount of tension on the belt. The belt tensioner consists of a spring-loaded arm and an idler pull... Read More »

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How to Replace the Belt Tensioner on a Chrysler Grand Voyager?

Serpentine belt tensioners are critical to the proper operation of the drive belt. If the tensioner becomes loose, worn or the bearings start to drag, it can fail and damage the serpentine belt, ma... Read More »

How to Install a New Belt Tensioner With Pulley for Serpentine Belt on Plymouth Voyager V6 Mid 1990 Early 2000 Years?

Typical serpentine belt...Over time, the "spring in the tensioner" wears out, weakens and the serpentine belt wears, stretches and may slip; it may come off in rain or in water puddles or may cause... Read More »

Signs of a Bad Alternator on a 2000 Chrysler Grand Voyager?

The electrical system of the 2000 Chrysler Grand Voyager is like most other automobiles, heavily dependent upon the alternator for proper operation. Everything contained within the vehicle that ope... Read More »

How to Replace the Serpentine Belt on a 2000 Plymouth Voyager?

Serpentine belt replacement on the 2000 Plymouth Voyager is a common maintenance project that the home mechanic can do in less than an hour. The serpentine belt system is an upgrade from the older ... Read More »