Question about 1990 Chrysler Town & Country
Is it missing on your car - these are posted on the hood or core support of all cars. If yours has been in a collision it may not have been replaced. If you find the same car at a used car lot you can get the routing under the hood. you can figure this out without the routing. there are two pullys that are smooth. one is a tensioner and the other an idler. You will need to move the tensioner to get the belt in place. the alternator,crank shaft pully and air conditioner should have grooves and the grooved side of the belt faces them. the opposite side faces the flat pullys. there is only one way that will work. good luck
Posted on Apr 25, 2010
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