2013 Nissan Altima SV Serpentine Belt Help

Serpentine Belt

Part # 117203TA0A

  • Price: MSRP $64.27, Sale $54.63
  • Compatible with Nissan Altima, Rogue, and more.
  • Suitable for 2.5L engines, with US built specifications.

Belt Tensioner

Part # 119553TA9D

  • Price: MSRP $131.97, Sale $112.17
  • Ideal for Nissan Altima with 2.5L engine.

Belt Tensioner Bolt

Part # 81B88301A

  • Price: MSRP $1.37, Sale $1.16
  • Compatible with Nissan Altima, Kicks, LEAF, Pathfinder, Rogue, Rogue Select, Sentra, Versa.

More Options

Explore additional choices for Serpentine Belts and Belt Tensioners to meet your specific needs.

Belt Options from Various Brands

Duralast Belt and Pulley Kit BK4211

  • Price: $96.99
  • Kit includes belt and all necessary drive components.
  • Hydraulic power steering support.

Duralast Belt 407K7F

  • Price: $4.79
  • Reinforced belt for improved durability.

Duralast Belt 878K6

  • Price: $29.49
  • Optional belt without electric power steering.

Continental Belt 4060562F

  • Price: $62.99
  • Poly-V design suitable for sedan models.

Continental Belt 4070407F

  • Price: $44.49
  • Multi-V reinforced belt for accessory drive.

Continental Belt 4070795

  • Price: $54.99
  • Poly-V design specifically for coupe models.

ACDelco Belt 6K878

  • Price: $35.49
  • Serpentine Belt with optional features.
  • Suitable for Altima without electric power steering.

Maintenance Tips for Serpentine Belts

Your Nissan’s Serpentine Belt is a critical component that powers various peripheral devices, including the power steering pump, alternators, and A/C compressors. Regular inspection is essential to ensure optimal performance. Signs of issues include strange engine noises, malfunctioning A/C or power steering, engine overheating, or visible wear on the belt.

DIY Replacement Tips

If you choose to replace the Serpentine Belt yourself, follow these general steps:

  1. Identify the current belt’s placement.
  2. Detach the tensioner using a ratchet.
  3. Unwind the old Serpentine Belt, avoiding interference with accessories or pulleys.
  4. Examine the old belt for signs of wear or damage.
  5. Wind the new belt in place and reactivate the tensioner to the appropriate level.
  6. Start the engine and ensure smooth operation.

For specific guidance, consult your Nissan manual or seek assistance from professional technicians.

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