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Motor belt keep coming out and is brand new - 1999 Plymouth Voyager

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Check all pulleys closely for warp or wobble, other than that I would look at replacing tensioner.

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If all pulleys and tensioner are fine,make sure your van is not missing a plastic splash guard located at the fender which protects all this parts and the belt from getting wet when driving on wet roads.By the way you can get this guard at most junkyards.

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