Question about Toyota Land Cruiser
Generally, no. Most cars use a single serpentine belt to drive all the accessories (a/c, power steering, alternator, etc.).
There should be a decal somewhere under the hood that shows the routing of the belt. There is a spring-loaded tensioner pulley that must be pulled back to install the new belt. Often there is a bolthead or a square recess for a ratchet, to be able to retract the pulley.
Posted on Sep 05, 2010
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