Thanks for the response back, Tyler. I have this tool & the problem I have is having enough room to move the arm of the wrench & take the tension off the belt to be removed. I seen a youtube video that showed the upper motor mount and coolant recovery tank being removed to gain access to the tensioner & belt. My mechanic thought one could get access by removing the pass. side right front tire & wheel & plastic shields in the fenderwell. Chevy should've kept the same design as on my 90 Cavalier. -Greg
The car has a 2.2L I4 OHV engine & the motor mount is in the way of changing the belt. Do I remove the motor mount or the right front tire & wheel & remove plastic panels in the wheelwell to get to the belt tensioner.
Parked my 90 Cavalier, auto. 2.2L 4-cyl. 230K mi. in the garage overnight & when I tried to start it the next day, it would crank over, but wouldn't start. Ran fine prior to this happening. Have no spark to the plugs. New plug wires put on 3 weeks ago. Put gas down the intake to see if it was an elec. fuel pump problem & it wouldn't fire. Can hear the fuel pump run when key is turned & cranking. Replaced ignition module & both coil packs, checked for broken/loose wires & fuses & still no fire to the plugs. Was told it may be the crankshaft position sensor or ign. switch in the steering column. Turned steering wheel back & forth & wiggled auto. trans lever when cranking to see if elec. short is cause & no worked ok. No codes come up when checked. Any ideas/suggestions?