Question about Jeep Cherokee
Replace serpentine belt for 1998 Jeep Cherokee 6 cylinder 4wd
Loosen the power steering pump rear mounting
bolts, pivot bolt and lock nut and then loosen the power steering pump
adjusting bolt. Slip the belt on and tighten the
adjusting bolt until you can push the belt in about one inch midway
between the A/C and alternator pulleys. Then tighten the lock nut,
pivot bolt and mounting bolts and that's it.
It helps to diagrams to go with the instructions. Get yourself factory service manual, promanuals.net has them for around 20$ or so.
Posted on Sep 23, 2009
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