How does a serpentine belt go on a 2001 Buick LeSabre? (video)
How do you put a serpentine belt on a Buick? (video)
What is the serpentine belt connected to?
The serpentine belt is a long, winding belt that connects many of your vehicle's components, including the power steering pump, alternator, and air conditioning compressor, and more, to the vehicle's crankshaft pulley. In some engines, the serpentine belt also runs the water pump, radiator fan, and supercharger. via
How difficult is it to change a serpentine belt?
Serpentine belt replacement is easy because today's automatic drive belt tensioners eliminate the need to loosen bolts or pry components into position for retensioning. Just rotate the tensioner, remove the old belt and install a new one. via
Can you change an alternator belt yourself?
To put on a new alternator belt, you'll need to disconnect your car battery and remove the old belt so you can thread the new one through the pulleys. Start by putting on eye protection and gloves to keep yourself safe as you work. via
How many different belts are in a car?
There are two belts you need to be familiar with when talking about car maintenance — the serpentine belt and the timing belt. The serpentine belt winds through your engine and carries power to several key components, including the alternator, air conditioning, and power steering pump. via