Saturn Belt Tensioner Removal?

Answer Saturn vehicles use a serpentine belt system to drive engine accessories such as the alternator, power steering pump and the air conditioning compressor. Unlike older systems, which required a sepa... Read More »

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How to Replace the Belt Tensioner on a Saturn?

The tensioner pulley on a Saturn engine keeps pressure on the engine's serpentine belt. This ensures the belt does not slip and that it maintains the capability of turning the engine's other pulley... Read More »

How to Install a Belt Tensioner in a 1996 Saturn?

A faulty belt tensioner will emit a loud squealing sound when you start the car. Sometimes the squealing will go away as you drive, but other times it will just continue and get worse. A bad tens... Read More »

How to Replace the Belt Tensioner in a 1997 Saturn?

The 1997 Saturn utilizes a Serpentine belt to connect all of the components to the crankshaft. The Serpentine belt runs along all of the pulleys and provides air conditioning, power steering, coola... Read More »

How to Change a 1996 Saturn Belt Tensioner?

The belt tensioner provides consistent force on the serpentine belt to help run integral parts, like the alternator and water pump, in your Saturn. When the tensioner goes bad, it begins to shake ... Read More »