Question about 2001 Dodge Caravan
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1.Ensure to Study the exact path that the drive belt follows across the pulleys and make sure you know it
2.Loosen the drive belt tensioner by loosening its upper locking nut with a wrench, then slip the drive belt off the crankshaft pulley first and remove it from the others.
3.Take the old drive belt with you to the auto parts shop so it can help you to get the correct length, width and design for the replacement belt.
4.Install the replacement drive belt onto the pulleys, making sure it runs in the same path as the old one. Check and make sure the belt fits properly in each of the ribbed grooves within the pulleys.
5.Adjust the drive belt tensioner until it gives the belt the proper tension and tighten the locking nut. On some engine types. the belt uses a dynamic tensioner that will automatically set and maintain the correct tension.
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