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My girlfriend ran over a large rock and the belts popped and water spilled onto the gorund. Which belts do I need to replace.

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If it has more than 1 belt . If your going to replace 1 you should go ahead and replace them all , you have to remove all the parts anyway so do them all while your there. As for the water on the ground , check the radiator for leaks & the bottom radiator hose.If the radiator & the hose are fine it could have been the water pump belt. Hope it didn't run hot.

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