how to install motor belt for caprice 1993

Asked by May 24, 2013 at 07:25 AM about the Chevrolet Classic

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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the serpentine or accesory drive belt is held on by a tensioner. one of the idler pulleys is the tensioner, it is spring loaded and will pivot away from the belt allowing you to change the belt. I WISH YOU PEOPLE WOULD BOTHER TO DO A LITTLE FREAKIN RESEARCH SO YOU HAVE A CLUE AS TO WHAT YOU ARE ASKING

here is a simple line drawing...what is needed is a long handled 1/2 drive, either breaker bar or ratchet...pivot the tensioner out of the way and remove the belt...won't yell at you like the doctor...sheesh makin' friends and influencing people out here, ain't ye~

this one is alot sexier~

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The judge is correct. I owned a '93 Caprice with the V8 305 (5.0 L) from October of 1993 until June of 2012. -Jim

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