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I need to know what the smaller belt is directly under the alternator belt on my 1987 toyota camry!

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  • bencole357 Aug 20, 2010

    I believe i meant 'drive belt' in stead of 'alternator belt.'

    the reason i needed to know is because I noticed the smaller belt below it is in pretty bad shape, but I need to drive a few hundred miles today and don't have time to replace it and needed to know that it was not a vital belt in the event it did break on the road.

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I believe that is the power steering pump belt

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