4-76. DRIVE BELTS REPLACEMENT. (Continued).
A used belt must never be tensioned to
more than its specified tension limit. Belt
should be cool or warm to the touch, not
a. Place tension gauge at the center of the
b. Measure belt tension using proper tension
c. If the belt is below the minimum "used" belt
tension specification, adjust to specification:
New Belt 146 lb (650 N).
i. Torque power steering pump adjustment bolt to
32 ft-lbs (43 N-m).
d. For generator adjustment, loosen pivot bolt (1)
and adjustment bolt (3) (and brace (2) if
j. Torque power steering pump pivot bolt to 32 ft-
lbs (43 N-m).
e. For power steering belt adjustment, loosen
k. Run the engine at idle for a minimum of 15
adjustment bolt three adjustment bolts and
minutes, allowing the belt(s) to reseat itself in
f. By utilizing pry point, pivot assembly to proper
l. Allow the drive belt to cool, then check the belt
tension in both areas.
tension with the tension gauge.
m. Belt tension with either belt should be 67 lb (300
h. Torque generator pivot bolt to 32 ft-lbs (43
n. Adjust to proper tension as necessary.
4-77. HOSES AND PIPING REPLACEMENT.
This task covers:
General Mechanics Tool Kit
General Safety Instructions
Transmission in (N) neutral.
Upper Radiator Hose (14036744)
Lower Radiator Hose (14036764)