Question about 2005 Chevrolet Cavalier
Hi, I need to change my serpentine belt and anyone familiar with this model knows that the belt is in a tight place and hard to get to. Any advice on the easiest way to get at the belt? Does it absolutely have to be jacked up? Also, I don't have a belt routing diagram...I guess they figure it's a daunting enough task that they don't need to have the sticker under the hood or make any mention at all of the serpentine belt in the owners manual. I'm not planning on doing this work myself, I was going to get my dad to do it, but if it's going to be a ridiculous mess to get at the belt, I'll just have it done somewhere. Thanks so much!
I would draw it out on a piece of paper before removing the belt. There should be a diagram under the hood or in the manual.
Posted on Mar 31, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Simply click on the links that i have provided and the routing diagram will be there ok
2001 - 2001 CHEVROLET CAVALIER - L4 2.2L 134ci CNG FI N 5
Belts / Tensioners / Pulleys Part Number Description 5050630
Belt Routing Diagram Multiple Accessory, w/o A.C. 5050888
Belt Routing Diagram Multiple Accessory, w/A.C.
Posted on Jan 05, 2010
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