Question about 2001 Ford F250 Super Duty Super Cab
2 wheel drive with ac
Look the fan shroud or radiator cover for a picture of the belt diagram;
If not there, you can thread the belt behind the fan then you can thread it over a blade and turn the fan, thus not having to remove the fan. Once the fan issue is resolved or not an issue and you cannot find the threading picture, then you can use your common sense to figure that the belt must be driven by the crankshaft and look at the ridges on the belt to decide which side of the next pulley that needs power and continue this process over and around each auxilary unit until you are sure of the threading then put your 1/2 drive ratchet into the tensioner and move (raise or lower) it asside making sure that all the little ridges are in place on the ridged pulleys then release the tensioner. That should do it.
Posted on Jan 01, 2009
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