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Check this for 2006 LINCOLN LS 3.9L SFI DOHC 8CYL from repair guide...
Fig. Serpentine accessory drive belt routing - 3.9L (VIN A) engine
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Call the parts store. Be ready to give the vehicle year, model, and engine size. They will be able to give you all the information. There should be a sticker under the hood to show you how to route the belt or most Dayco belts have the routing directions on the box of the new belt for different engine models.
Go to daycoproducts.com. Click on car and trucks, then belts, then serpentine belts, then go to the right side of the page and click on "belt routing guide" find your vehcle and get the illistration number. Then, close that page and go to "belt routing illistrations" and find the illistration for your car.
if there is not a sticker under the hood, it will also have a diagram
in the manual. to relieve the tension idler there is an indenttion in
the front of the arm. you put a 3/8 rachet into the end and turn it to
move the idler this is a spring belt tension. i have seen people pull
tug and use screwdrivers trying to get them on. and never notice the
rachet hole. flat to flat and groove to groove is basic, and should work.
however a chevy blazer belt can be put on perfectly two different ways.
but one way the belt will come out about 3/4inch too long.