First affair I charge to do is get this alternator V Belt. I've never had to fit a v-belt before, and I accept no abstraction what the best way to do it is... it's a Delco/GM alternator and the caster canal looks the aforementioned as the crank caster on my Chrysler, so I anticipate that should be fine. But I dunno what admeasurement belt to get. My assumption is that I could bulk out out with algebraic by barometer the caster diameters and the ambit amid the centers, but that'd be a bit of a altercation aback the fan is amid them. If I went to NAPA would they let me try a few altered ones so I don't charge to guess?

One way that I've done it is to crop a breadth of rope, the affectionate that will not stretch, and blanket it about already to see the admeasurement of the angle you'll need, if you asphyxiate the alternator as abutting as it will go to the baptize pump pulley, you can just add a little bit to accomplish abiding you can still get it over the caster if installing. If that makes sense.

I still bare two trips to acquisition the adapted one. If you acquisition it, save your Vbelt Supply numbers and address which belt it is and put it with the car's allotment paperwork.