Serpentine belt replacement 2013 Nissan Versa. How to change belt.

Serpentine belt replacement 2013 Nissan Versa.  How to change belt.

Serpentine belt replacement 2013 Nissan Versa. How to change belt. If you are wondering how to install or remove or replace a part on your car, I hope this video will help show you how to change it.
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Nitroracing71 Ho-Boa says:

Great teachers, TEACH WITH OUT KNOWING it! Great talent, thanks for sharing!

SpikerDragon95 says:

Silly question, when im tighting the bolst that give the tension it start to drift away from the C shape in the casting of the bracket

Robert Easley says:

How tight should the adjuster bolt be?

Upahar Jung Shah says:

Very unclear video. You are not showing the exact location of the bolts and all you are working on. Plus you are using special tools which are not available to DIY viewers. Not a useful video

bob saget says:

just take wheel off and it easier to access. much faster and the proper way to do it to not strip self tensioner

Vc Snowflake says:

for some reason that bolt on the tensioner pulley would not loosen but I was able to get It on after I did I inspected the belt to make sure I didn't tear it up and everything seems fine. this video was very helpful. thank you so very much

aruna khan says:

All you have to do is to loosen the bolt at the front and the. Belt comes off you don't need to loosen the idle pulley bolt

Jon Madison says:

I just put on a new alternator and I followed the 2012 1.8L diagram in Haynes manual and the belt is loose. Do I need to tight up anything since i have the automatic tensiner?

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