Question about 2003 Dodge Stratus
Recently the serpentine belt on my '03 Stratus (2.4L Sedan) slid off while I was traveling through some heavy mud. I understand that's not what it's intended to do but living in the desert it's sometimes unavoidable during flash floods. I have a replacement belt but I'm not sure where to start. I'm not sure where to loosen the tensioner to reinstall it and I'm also unsure of the correct path of the belt and what else (if anything) must be disconnected/removed in order to replace it. Any help would be paramount. I am replacing the engine entirely once I return from deployment, but still need the vehicle functioning in the mean time. I apologise in advance for my lack of terminology.
Im trying to put on a new timing belt on my 2003 dodge stratus ause mine broke but cant figure out to get it on
Posted on Sep 17, 2012
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