Question about 1998 Plymouth Voyager
The triangular-mounted AC belt must come off first.
At the top pulley is a small bracket and hex screw. This is a jackscrew, which when loosened, will lower the top pulley and the belt will become slack. If jackscrew become detached from pulley, just raise pulley by hand to reconnect, and tighten screw to re-thread.
The larger serpentine belt is loosened by performing a Righty-Tighty to the tensionner pulley. The belt will easily slip off all pulleys. Be sure to follow diagram to install new belts. Remove plastic shield under engine for access to lowest pulleys. I recommend tying up belt above top pulley, threading around everything except tensioner, then untying & position belt over tensionner.
Posted on Aug 09, 2010
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