Question about 1995 Buick LeSabre
You'll need to get a long piece of string. Run the string over all pulleys except the a/c and mark it with a felt tip pen or sharpie. Bypass the a/c pulley directly with the string, making sure it doesn't hit any of the other pulleys or belts. Take that string to your parts house with the old belt - your new belt must be the same width as the old one, with the only difference being the length. They can loop that string around a belt gauge to determine the length needed for the bypass.
Posted on Nov 06, 2010
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