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I had a thin belt break.what does it do? it is not the thick belt.

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If your serpentine belt is what is broken (about 4 feet long), it is the belt that turns you alternator, water pump, power steering, and air conditioner. With out that belt in place your steering wheel will be hard to turn, your air conditioner will not work, your battery will not charger, and your car will over heat. In other words you will not be able to drive very far. Go to the auto store and purchase a new belt and put it on. There should be a diagram of the routing under the hood or in your owners manual. It is not hard to figure out how to route the belt , smooth pulleys get the smooth side of the belt and and grooved pulleys get the grooved side of the belt. You may have to put a pipe over you wrench to move the spring loaded pulley to get enough slack to slide the belt over the last pulley.

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