Question about 2000 Plymouth Voyager
Check the tensioner. They are really common to wear out. If you look at where the belt rides on the tensioner you can usually see a rusted area where the belt use to ride. If the belt is riding really close to the outer edge of the tensioner the tensioner is bad. If the belt still rides on the outer edge of the new tensioner than you will need to change the bracket the tensioner bolts to per a Chrysler TSB for this problem.
Since you didn't post an engine size I couldn't give you specifics but this is the most common cause of the serp belt falling off.
Posted on Nov 06, 2010
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