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Serpentine Belt installation

I asked for an installation diagram. You did not answer my question.

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  • carsrd Jul 07, 2008

    you're sending me to another link that I have to pay for. Why should I pay you for information I have to pay someone else for? It's like double-dipping.

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See my post in your orignal thread, it contains many diagrams and pic's, you don't need to pay for them.

http://www.fixya.com/support/t752464-1995_buick_lesabre_custom_serpentine

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    Patrick McGee Jul 07, 2008

    In a premium problem you can only view one solution at a time, right now you 3 people providing solution and you have only seen yazz226's responce, go back in and you will see a reponce from kevin000(vague responce) and my self PyroPCMan, howver you have to rate the next responce before you are able to see anyone else's responce, the premium remains open until you rate the best solution as "fixya"

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    Patrick McGee Jul 07, 2008

    I am sorry you are so easily confused, I spent alot of time getting the information and pic's you requested, and posted it under your original problem, trust me I would like you to see my responce as it is very detailed.

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    Patrick McGee Jul 07, 2008

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    Patrick McGee Jul 07, 2008

    Now you have 6 responces in-line waiting for your action, check your email.

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Http://www.eautorepair.net/?Vid=103313

this is a link where u can get the diagram for a minimal pay...hope this helps.
Thanks for using Fixya

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    Yaz S Jul 09, 2008

    i am sorry if i had offended you..i had just tried giving you a suggestion..its up to u if u shud pay me anything...and thank you PyroPCMan..for making things clear to him



    Have a nice day!

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