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. I am not sure I am really looking at the serpantine. My batery light came on. Had a loose cable and after I tightened it my car would not start. I noticed 2 exposed pullys exposed. How many belts are on my 2002 Cavalier. I cnat beleive if there is only opne belt that I would have been able to drive it??? Cant find a instruction book or repair book.

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One belt for everything with pulleys..A belt routing diagram label should be under the hood somewhere to check

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