Belt driven ceiling fans are classy but still popular until nowadays. How to design such ceiling fans can be interesting to add interest in the function. The Mercedes 190E 1993 was available with two types of belt driven ceiling fans and indicators are the only difference between the two. Older tensions tick marks used as a tape measure or ruler. The belt driven ceiling fans newer style was only a thick mark to indicate the extent to tighten the belt.
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- Open the hood of 190E. Inspect the belt driven ceiling fans wear, for cracks or breaks. If the band has more of a crack within a span of one inch (2.54 cm), needs to be replaced completely.
- Loosen the bolt on the belt driven ceiling fans assembly slightly using a socket wrench. Make a mental note if the screw is 17 mm or 19 mm
- Rotates the adjusting nut in tension in the top of the engine, directly into the power steering reservoir. The belt driven ceiling fans is located on top of a rod protruding from the top of the engine. Turn the nut on the regulator clockwise using a socket wrench.
- Tighten the belt driven ceiling fans mounting bolt to 55 pound-feet if the tensioned has a screw of 19 mm or 59 pounds-feet if it is 17 mm