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How to replace serpentine belt on SAturn Vue - 2003 Saturn VUE

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On the 4cly 2.2 engine you DO NOT need to remove the engine mount. If you remove the right front wheel, there is an access panel held in place by plastic push pins. If you remove this panel, it is very easy to remove the belt by attaching a serpentine belt removal tool to the 3/8" drive hole in the tensioner arm.

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SOURCE: need to replace the surpentine belt

depend what engine you have for the 2.2L engine you need a 3/8 ratchett or use the belt removal tool fit it in the square slot on tensioner rotate counterclockwise. the 3.0 engine you have to use a box end wrench rotate to right.

Posted on Jun 15, 2009

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SOURCE: 2001 Saturn, need a Serpentine belt diagram

get a floor jack and a small block of wood. place the floor jack under the oil pan. jack up the jack until you feel it on the oil pan. remove the engine mount. you will need a deep 15mm socket and a 6inch extension. the mount has 4 bolts. remove it. then jack the engine up with the floor jack until the power steering reservoir almost touches the cowl. now take a long 14mm wrench and place that on the bolt head on the belt tensioner. pull the wrench until the belt slacks up. remove the belt. Installation opposite of removal. Here is a belt diagram. I hope this helps!! If you have any problems or questions e-mail me at: Redlinetech07@yahoo.com
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Posted on May 23, 2009

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SOURCE: Serpentine belt diagram for saturn vue 2003 4 cyl.

how do i install serpentine belt

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SOURCE: 2002 saturn vue serpentine belt diagram

Hello Ladybug
The Vue came with two engine sizes that year.

This is the 4 Cylinder diagram. The second diagram is the 6 cylinder


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And the 6 cylinder diagram.

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There you are as asked for.

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Posted on Dec 18, 2010

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SOURCE: serpentine belt 2002 Saturn Vue V6

The diagram to install the belt is under the hood near the engine emissions sticker, if not there near the belt.

Posted on Nov 06, 2008

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