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Sorry for the delay. Got this from AutoZone.com


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Fig. Serpentine drive belt routing-3.0L Saturn engines

Posted on Aug 29, 2010

  • Jeffrey Turcotte
    Jeffrey Turcotte Aug 29, 2010

    sorry again, that was serpentine diagram. I'm still looking for the timing belt.

  • Jeffrey Turcotte
    Jeffrey Turcotte Aug 29, 2010

    OK, AutoZone didn't have that engine, but I found this other website. Does this look like your engine? http://ww2.justanswer.com/uploads/carfix...

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