I need motor mechanical help to locate the alternator belt on my vehicle.
Where do I find the alternator belt on a Mitsubishi Bravo 1990 motor? I know 0 about motors but this belt is slipping and I need to tighten it ASAP
You should be able to see copper coils through openings in the case of your alternator. Look at the belt driven equipment and see if you can find the copper coils in one of them, that should be it. It could be that the belt needs to be replaced, but if you don't know where the alternator is, this may be too big a job.
hi Mgeorge, the belt is right under my seat, I was able to locate it, and tighten it, I think, the proof will be when I go out and about in awhile. Thank you for your response.
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