DIY How to install replace the drive belt tensioner 2005 Toyota Corolla Matrix
1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Toyota Corolla Matrix. Engine 1ZZ-FE or 2ZZ-GE.
How I replaced the drive belt and tensioner. Certified Used Car Technician @ Henderson, Nv. Findlay Toyota Dealership. the information contained in this video is for general guidance, not responsible for any errors or injuries that you have done.. please subscribe and thank you for watching. Follow me on TWITTER: @88bmyvegas. Used my BlackBerry Curve phone to do this video.
How to Replace Drive Belts Toyota Camry 91-96
In this video I show how to change your drive belts, including the power steering, alternator, and ac belt, for your 91-96 Toyota Camry.
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Replacing a Serpentine Belt - EricTheCarGuy
Replacing a Serpentine Belt - EricTheCarGuy
I've had more than one request for this, the other day I had one come in and was happy to make the video for it. This is a fairly easy one compared to some that I have had to deal with, just work smart and have the right tools and you will be fine. Remember the longer the tool the better the leverage and that you should check to make sure you have the correct belt before you try and install it.
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Replacing the serpentine belt on the 1zz-fe
I was looking for something else on my engine, and happened to notice my serpentine belt was HORRIBLY frayed. So I hunted high and low for help on how to fix this little issue. when I found out what I needed to know I made a video to help others. AGAIN not a professional installation, But a serpentine belt is ALMOST idiot proof :)
Replacing a Cheap Serpentine Belt
I installed a brand new serpentine belt a little over a month ago and it squealed so horribly I couldn't stand to drive the truck. I came up with a solution to put the old one back on. I will install another new one soon.
2000 Toyota 5S-FE before timing belt change.
2000 Toyota Solara with the 5S-FE: Before timing belt change.
Yes, there were changes in the noise with engine temp. The timing belt was original and needed to be replaced. The belt was so loose that I was able to remove it without relaxing the tensioner. The noise you hear in the video was the loose belt vibrating, and in some cases, slapping the plastic timing belt cover. That's why the noise would change when I pressed on the cover. I changed the timing belt, pulleys, tensioner, tensioner spring, water pump (while in there working anyway). Runs very smooth and quite now. I used the step by step on the Toyota Nation webpage, very helpful with many pictures. I don't have the link anymore, but a search should locate it. I hope this helps, let me know if you have more questions.
This is the sound of our 2005 Toyota Corolla with 91,000 miles on the odometer after replacing the OEM serpentine belt. It had begun to make squeak or chirp noises when started up on a cold morning.
I replaced the old original belt with a new Goodyear Gatorback "The Quiet Belt" and it the squeaking or chirping noises went away.
Check out my quick DIY "how-to" guide to replacing the serpentine accessory belt on a 9th generation 2003-2008 Toyota Corolla on the link above.
Or view all of my Toyota Corolla repair and maintenance guides at the link below.
Lexus GS300, 2001 - Serpentine Belt (Multi-Rib) Replacement (DIY $20-30, Save ~$90)
Buy the part below... Here's FunkyMechanic's video on the Lexus GS300, 2001 - Serpentine Belt (Multi-Rib Belt) Replacement.
Amazon.com Part Link: Bando OEM Quality Serpentine Belt
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