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How to replace a serpentine belt on 1998 jeep wrangler

I don't know where the tension pully is on a 1998 jeep wrangler 4.0 could you tell me please

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Should be the pulley underneath the power steering pulley. Loosen the nut, then back the bolt down the loosen the belt, tighten the bolt to tighten belt.

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  • bitNation Dec 12, 2010

    polarcycle is right. The power steering pulley is on the top right of the engine. On the pulley just below the power steering pulley, loosen the center bolt. Behind the plate that the power steering pulley is mounted to, there is a 7" bolt that is at a 45 degree angle, loosen that bolt to release tension. It took me a bit to find the 7" bolt, so hopefully this helps.

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