Drive Belts

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Old 29 Apr 2005, 08:21 pm   #1 (permalink)
JM
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I have finally got delivery of 2 drive belts for my 95 2.2 litre CAMRY.

I see the Crank/Alternator/AC is out in the open so should be easy.

However the Crank/Power steering pump look way down in bad place
What's the best approach to this one.
Is there an inspection door under wheel arch ?
Haynes manual don't give much info on this.

or is it a lie on back and curse job.
I just got belts to day so not had opportunity to give good look around yet
under car.

thanks Johnny UK.


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Old 30 Apr 2005, 06:17 am   #2 (permalink)
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Yeah, there is a plastic panel secured via 2 10mm bolts inside the wheel
well. Once removed, you will see the PS pump. It pivots from the top, and
there is a 12mm bolt on the side that rides in a slot. Once loosened, a yank
on the belt will move the pump so it can be removed. For tightenening,
noodle a way to pry the pump tight with something and tighten the adjustment
bolt at the same time.
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Old 30 Apr 2005, 12:52 pm   #3 (permalink)
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"Qslim" <suckers@suckers.com> wrote in message
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> Yeah, there is a plastic panel secured via 2 10mm bolts inside the wheel
> well. Once removed, you will see the PS pump. It pivots from the top, and
> there is a 12mm bolt on the side that rides in a slot. Once loosened, a
> yank
> on the belt will move the pump so it can be removed. For tightenening,
> noodle a way to pry the pump tight with something and tighten the
> adjustment
> bolt at the same time.


Hi there,

Thanks for that info.
It will save a swearing session I am sure.

Johnny Uk.


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