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Old 03-08-2004, 09:52 AM   #1
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Does anyone know of any pics on this,Im not sure where to unbolt the motor mount in order to replace the belt? Need some help please
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got the 2x4 and jack supporting the engine now,switched wp pulley and still trying to fing out which bolts to attack on the engine mount?
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Ok, turn the steering wheel to the right all the way. Then remove the inner plastic wheel well guard that protects the crank pulley from water & splash. You will see an inverter torque head that secured the bottom of the mount. That head is on a stud that goes into the block. That stud also holds inplace a removeable sleeve that will drop out once the stud with the torq head is removed. Once you drop that sleve out you can, with some imagination, get the */C belt out. Then reverse the procedure to button it all up. The torque size is T-50, Sears carrys the socket to get it out. You can also 'trial and error' with a hex socket, some have had success with that method.

I think there is a nut on that stud too, you have to remove that before you can back out the stud.
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You rock dude ,I'll give that a shot , thanks
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Nice ,I didnt even have to take out fender cover ,I just pulled the bottom part out ,My buddy'* on his way with a 18mm deep socket for the nut and I found a small socket thats fits nice and snug.Thanks alot dude.
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Nice ,I didnt even have to take out fender cover ,I just pulled the bottom part out ,My buddy'* on his way with a 18mm deep socket for the nut and I found a small socket thats fits nice and snug.Thanks alot dude.

Yep, thats the part that comes out. Glad its working out.

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Waitin for the replacement belt,the one I got from pfyc for a gtp doesnt fit :( .Ive had the belt for over a year now and never new they'd be different.Anyways an ac delco belt will have to do ,Oh and I didnt have touch the torque bolt,I just loosened the nut and out she came.
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I found that if you disconecked thet plug under that sleeve it came out and went in easier.
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