Replace drive belt on 1998 Toyota Sienna

How do i change my AC, Power steering and other belts

by in Minneapolis, MN on July 22, 2009
2 answers
ANSWER by on August 22, 2009
I would try auto repair guides on or a more complete manual for your vehicle on
ANSWER by on July 06, 2010
Air compressor/alternator belt for 1998 Toyota Sienna. There is a bolt in front of the alternator, size 12. Loosen this bolt until you can remove the old belt and replace with a new one. It takes about 15 minutes to do it. Since a new one only cost about $30; replace it with a new one. Once the belt being put in place, tighten the bolt and then you are done. Making sure the belt is not too tight.
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