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95 toyota corolla

Broke down other day.looked under car and saw a broken belt.along mwith the belt was a pulley.my buddy replaced the belt and pulley.now i have no heat and a dual pulley below the alternator is wobbling .there is no belt on that dual pulley.should i have 3 belts on this car.there are only 2 now.it looks like the bottom pulley has no belt.is that the ac and is that is why i have no heat.thermostat was changed also

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  • Curt Downs May 11, 2010

    When the car broke down and u found the broken belt, did the car overheat at that time? I would check the coolant level 1st, it could just be low, and the hot coolant isn't flowing thru the heater core due to low level. Did your friend match up the old belt w/ the new one to see if they were the same size? Besides no heat, is the car running ok now?

  • Toyota Ed May 11, 2010

    Where is the temperature gauge reading? It makes no difference with the heating is te AC belt is there or not. Please advise where the temp gauge is when the vehicle has been driven for 5-10 miles.

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If you have A/C, your 95 Toyota Corolla should have three belts. Alternator. A/C. Power steering.

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