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Size of a timing belt dat u use to bypass a ac...

I change to a small belt it work but it make a squeek noise

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There may be a belt that will work, but I need Make and Model first.

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Click on the following Link. It has the two (2) Serpentine Belt Diagrams.

I believe the Mechanic is bypassing your AC Compressor.
When you look at both of the Belt Routes you can bypass the AC with the shorter belt.
In the first Diagram: the Belt would go from the Power Steering Pump, bypassing the AC and going directly to (over the top) of the Water Pump.
In the second Diagram: the Belt would go from the Tensioner, bypassing the AC and going directly to (under the bottom) of the Water Pump.

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http://www.2carpros.com/car_repair_information/year/2004/make/jeep/model/grand_cherokee/2004_jeep_grand_cherokee_drive_belt_routing_diagram.htm

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This could be 1or 2 things. It could be the belt, or a pulley making the noise. There is a product called 'belt dressing' that can be sprayed on the belt (it's an aerosol spray can) which may solve your problem. The problem is usually the belt becomes 'glazed' and a slight slippage can make the noise you describe. The belt dressing provides a better grip If you have to reapply the dressing often, it may be time to change the belt to stop to squeak. The other possibility is a bearing on the pulley shaft is making the noise, most likely in the ac compressor. It can be annoying, but won't harm anything at this point.

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I think the noise is most likely from the drive belt, the reason it makes noise with the AC on is that it takes 5 horsepower or more to run the AC compressor, this puts a heck of the load on the belt, as the belt ages it gets hard and polished, this causes slippage, and squeal, esp when a load is on the belt like the AC.

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