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Put fan belt back on

I replaced the water pump on my '94 crown vic but can't get the belt back on, it's as if I'm missing a pulley.

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Sould be a diagram of the belt routing on the fan shroud.Easy to get it wrong.

Posted on Dec 13, 2008

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