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How do you change the compressor belt? Or where can I get a picture or diagram of what position it should be in?

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Well locate the ac compressor under the hood. Which I assume you have already done. You should see another pully adjacent to it somewhere. Also There should be a belt drive diagram somewhere under the hood. It will be a white sticker wither on the bottom of the hood or on the frame work near the radiator. You can also buy the manual for your car and the diagram be there. Just ask your local parts store.

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