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Serpentine Belt diagram for 2006 B9 Tribeca

Serpentine Belt diagram, tension adjustment location and how to adjust, for 2006 B9 Tribeca

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  • wayneheliker Feb 01, 2010

    No I don't have a fax and there is nothing under the hood showing the diagram. I am a decent mech. but I can't see where to tighten the belt. Frustrated Mark



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Do you have a fax i can send it to? this is the only way i can do it. the program i have in my computer will not allow copy and paste. also have you looked under the hood and around the engine bay? they have a label that has the routing.

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    michael schultz Feb 01, 2010

    the tension adjustment is the pulley under the alternator and i think it is a 15mm bolt that you turn counter clockwise and it will move to allow the belt to go on. let me know if you need more help. the pulley is the smooth one under the alternator and not the other one forward from there. it's the one under it.



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Category: Electrical. Charging and Starting

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Position: General

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See Figures 11, 12 and 13
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