Adjustment of a tension of a belt of the drive of the hydraulic booster. Nissan Almera (from 1995 to 1999 release)
Service of Nissan Almera from 1995 to 2000 in N15 body
1. General information
2. General requirements to car repairs
3. Operation and maintenance of the car
4. Petrol engines
5. Diesel engines
6. Transmission
7. Running gear
8. Steering
8.1. General information
8.2. Steering repair
8.2.1. Removal and installation of a shaft of steering
8.2.2. Removal and installation of the steering mechanism
8.2.3. Check of a free wheeling of a steering wheel
8.2.4. Check of axial movement of the mechanism
8.2.5. Check of effort of turn of a steering wheel
8.2.6. Check of effort of movement of a gear lath
8.2.7. Adjustment of an emphasis of a lath
8.2.8. Removal and installation of the pump of the hydraulic booster
8.2.9. Dismantling and assembly of the pump of the hydraulic booster
8.2.10. Removal of air from system of the hydraulic booster
8.2.11. Adjustment of a tension of a belt of the drive of the hydraulic booster
9. Brake system
10. Electric equipment
11. Body
12. Appendices
13. Schemes of electric equipment
 









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8.2.11. Adjustment of a tension of a belt of the drive of the hydraulic booster

The deflection of a belt of the drive of the hydraulic booster according to the made effort of 100 N has to make:
on cars with the petrol engine:
3 — 5 mm for a new belt;
4 — 6 mm for the working belt;

on cars with the diesel engine:
4 — 6 mm for a new belt;
5 — 7 mm for the working belt.


Fig. 6.10. Details of the pump of the hydraulic booster of steering: And — cars with the petrol engine; B — cars with the diesel engine; 1 — a pulley; 2 — a lock ring; 3 — a power shaft; 4 — a cuff; 5 — a pump housing; 6 — a sealing ring; 7 — a distributive disk; 8 — blades; 9 — a rotor; 10 — pins; 11 — the stator; 12 — a pump cover; 13 — a fastening arm; 14 — the adjusting valve; 15 — the tension regulator


The tension of a belt changes by means of the regulator (see fig. 6.10).

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