How to Replace a Serpentine Belt Adjuster Pully?

Answer Serpentine belt tensioner and idler pulleys use a sealed bearing, and when the bearing goes bad, it cannot be replaced. Instead, the entire pulley must be removed and replaced. Since most serpentin... Read More »

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How to Tighten an Adjuster Screw for a Serpentine Belt on a 1997 Chevy Malibu?

While the serpentine belt in a 1997 Chevy Malibu is generally kept tight through the use of a spring-loaded, automatic belt tensioner, over time, the belt can begin to stretch without actually tear... Read More »

How to Replace a Belt Tensioner Pully?

The belt tensioner pulley is attached to the belt tensioner, which is a spring-loaded component that applies the proper amount of tension to the belt while the engine is running. The belt travels u... Read More »

How Do I Replace a Dryer Belt Idler Pully?

The idler pulley in your dryer helps pull the drum belt, allowing the motor to rotate the drum and tumble your clothes. The pulley is attached to the idler arm, which is in turn attached to the mot... Read More »

How to Replace a Serpentine Belt?

The serpentine belt is referred to as the single drive belt used in most cars today. Older cars had multiple offset pulleys managed by the crankshaft that required two to four V-belts to power the ... Read More »