How to Replace Serpentine Belt 90-99 GMC Sierra K1500

How to Replace Serpentine Belt 90-99 GMC Sierra K1500

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1A Auto shows you how to repair, install, fix, change or replace a broken, noisy, squeaky, worn or groaning serpentine belt tensioner. This video is applicable to the 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99 GMC Sierra K1500

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• 3/8 Inch Drive Ratchet

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greg hughes says:

Thanks for the tutorial I was getting ready to tear apart the front of my c1500

Michelangelo says:

Love my 97 GMC!

Glen Caple says:

Thank you! I am changing the belt, tensioner, & idler pulley on the same, '97, truck.

J Rdz says:

1991 GMC sierra stepside 4.3….. not my tensioner

Ron Ladd says:

PM Qaeda 92 92 SL Chevy serpentine belt

TralfazConstruction says:

Clear and concise. I had not performed this procedure since 1994 on an '89 GMC Sierra with the 5.7 liter engine. Just today, working outdoors on a '96 Tahoe, I saved this item for last after installing a box of ignition parts, a new throttle-body an EGR Valve and sundry other items. After baking in my driveway (isn't the proper term "shade tree mechanic"?) for several hours I was verging on hyperthermia and I was actually having difficulty properly seating the belt so I came in to cool-off and consult your video for clarity. I see now where I went off-track. Thanks for these tutorials.

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