How to change fan belt?

Asked by Jun 07, 2013 at 08:48 AM about the 1958 Porsche 356

Question type: General

There is no fanbelt tightening device. How do you change tighten/the fan-belt?

1 Answer

loosen the alternator until it is held in place by a minimum amount of force...take out your mechanics prybar (or giant screwdriver) and pull the alternator until approximately 3/16 about 4mm free play...lock it down.~

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