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Fan belt routing

The fan belt seems to be to big, we thinking that we may have the wrong routing are you able to send a picture to us or a diagram of how it is meant to be placed in Mitsubishi Diamante 1996 v6 automatic

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CLICK on the following LINK. It has all the Diagrams for your Belt that you will need.
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