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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
if air con belt runs off the pulley inspect the crankshaft damper pulley, it may be broken!
the air cond belt is a stretch belt with no tensioner!
Posted on Aug 23, 2010
SOURCE: The problem with my '98
Posted on Sep 24, 2011
Timing belt routing diagrams for cars and trucks?
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Posted on Oct 31, 2011
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Position a jack under the front of the car and raise it off the ground. Support the car with a set of jack stands, placing them under the front suspension. Lower the jack until the car is resting on the jack stands.
Locate the splash shield in the passenger's side wheel well and remove the two retaining bolts that secure it, using a socket and ratchet. Remove the splash shield from the wheel well and locate the serpentine belt tensioner through the access hole.
Insert the square drive of a ½-inch drive breaker bar into the square hole on the tensioner and rotate the tensioner counterclockwise, releasing the tension on the belt. Remove the belt from the pulleys and rotate the tensioner back to the home position.
Position a new belt in the engine compartment and run it around all of the pulleys except the tensioner's idler pulley. Rotate the tensioner counterclockwise with the breaker bar and then slide the belt under the idler pulley.
Slowly rotate the tensioner back to the home position, tightening the belt as you rotate it. Remove the breaker bar, then replace the splashguard in the wheel well. Install the two retaining bolts and tighten them with a socket and ratchet.
Raise the front of the car off the jack stands with a jack, remove the stands from under the car, and lower the car to the ground. Install the negative battery cable on the negative battery terminal and tighten the clamp bolt on the cable end with a wrench.
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