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Belt slipped off my 94 sc300 lexus because of a bad tensioner pulley no belt routing pattern on car, need belt diagram.

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1
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  2. Step 2 Check the belt routing so you know how to replace the belt. You may be able to find a belt routing diagram on a decal on the fan shroud or in support documentation. Otherwise, make you own sketch for reference.
  3. Step 3 Rotate the belt tensioner pulley, using the wrench, to and relieve tension on the belt.
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Go to the web site link below (copy and past the web address)

http://www.daycoproducts.com/daycoweb.nsf/cf652a4feb630ad0862571a4005ae40c/a866a821123f887c862571a5006988df!OpenDocument

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Thanks for using FixYa. You can look at this picture for serpentine belt for your 2002 Ford Focus Z3--

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· Jack up the front of the vehicle and support it on jack stands. Use a wrench to remove two bolts and take off the drive belt lower cover.
· Note belt routing and make a sketch for your reference if you don't have a belt routing diagram from the manufacturer.
· Find the belt tensioner pulley. Use your wrench to rotate the tensioner pulley by pulling clockwise on a bolt in the center of the pulley. Slip the old belt off of the tensioner pulley.
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Step1 Find the belt tensionermag-glass_10x10.gif pulley. The tensioner pulley is generally between the crankshaft and a component toward the top of the hood area. Step2 Check the belt routing so you know how to replace the belt. You may be able to find a belt routing diagram on a decal on the fan shroud or in support documentation. Otherwise, make you own sketch for reference. Step3 Rotate the belt tensioner pulley, using the wrench, to and relieve tension on the belt. Step4 Slip off the old belt and slowly release the tensioner pulley. Step5 Use your belt routing diagram to put the new belt onto all of the pulleys. Pay close attention to the water pumpmag-glass_10x10.gif pulley, as incorrect routing can cause the water pump to run backwards and overheat. Step6 Make sure the belt is correctly routed and seated on all pulleys. Rotate the tensioner again to allow for the belt to slip onto all pulleys and then release the tensioner again to regain correct tension on the belt.

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