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JTD remove air condition

Hi guys,

i want to remove the air condition from my JTD 8V engine.

Has somebody a picture of the v-belt without air/con?

Whats with the adjustable and fixed tighteners?

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With Aircon the belt look like this:

FIAT ePER

Without Aircon:
FIAT ePER

If you switch between the screens you'll see the one idler pulley gets removed. The belt shortens from 6PK1842 to a 6PK1035. The 6PK is wider than it need to be and the 1035 length does not need to be that precise. A 5PK1030 or a 5PK1040 will work just as well.
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Oh, interesting. The Alfa models have a hydraulic steering pump.

The Fiat Stilo have an electric steering.

No.1 shows the belt without air/con and No.8 shows it with air/con.

E025 = with air/con

But how can i tighten the belt without tightener
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Ah... Ok so you'll end up ONLY with the alternator...

Figure 1 solution should have some bolt on the alternator that allows for a little bit of play to fit and remove the belt.

I could not get that right with the belt straight to Alternator and back... The part of the belt going to the alternator rubs against the part of the belt coming back to the crank with the tensioner in its normal place.

If you keep the idler pulley 7, but change it that it has grooves, not smooth, the routing will work, but I cannot guess the length now, but you can measure that with a piece of string.
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Thanks for your help. Today, i have removed the air/con

picture from v-belt from my old stilo (with air/con)
http://www.danverclan.de/media/pics/...v_jtdm_105.jpg

air/con v-belt vs. non-air/con v-belt
http://www.danverclan.de/media/pics/...v_jtdm_106.jpg

mounted short v-belt
http://www.danverclan.de/media/pics/...v_jtdm_107.jpg

all removed parts
http://www.danverclan.de/media/pics/...v_jtdm_108.jpg
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