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Can I replace my timing belt with a smaller belt to bypass the A/C Compressor? 1994 Honda Accord EX

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You can try the belt that for non conditioner engine .make sure belt dont have a lot of slack.you adjust belt tension at alternator.if you adjust belt and cant get it tight.you will have charging problems.

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The timeing belt is a different one, its under the cover. What you want is alternator power steeing belt, Just tell the parts house with no AC.

Posted on Jul 20, 2009

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My ac compressor is locked up on my 1998 honda acorrd 4 cyclinder and I want 2 bypass the compressor. Is there a smaller belt, or a kit I can buy??


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