Question about 1999 Ford Escort
First jack up the right front tire side of your car and remove cover under your car motor, so you can see your pulleys from underneath your car, remove black cover where your timing chain belt is thats on the top center between alternator and powersteering pulleys, ok,looking at all your pulleys from your right side of your front end, starting from your top left is your alternator pulley,put belt on it and go underneath the motor mount to your right top powersteering pulley,then go down around the bottom right ac pulley,then to your left bottom crankshaft pulley,the back side of the belt thats on your top alternator pulley wraps around the soft edge pulley thats above your center waterpump pulley,then wrap around the idler pulley that's under your top alternator pulley,then wrap the backside of your remaining belt around the tensioner pulley that's in on your right, under your top ac pulley, use a 13 mm wrench to adjust by turning towards the back of your car so you can slide the belt on
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Posted on Jul 18, 2009
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