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I changed the altenator, but cant get the belt to go back on right. I tried putting it on the back half of the double pulley, but the car sqealed and didnt run right, but when the belt is angled funny when I put it on the front half. Do you have the diagram for the tensioner belt? (My car actually has 2 seperate belts and I have no picture diagrams on this car to tell you which way to run the belts)>

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  • tigers_paw20 Aug 11, 2008

    there is no belt diagram under the hood.

  • mbbb Oct 29, 2008

    Trying to replace alternator. Can't find belt routing diagram for 1999 Hyundai Accent.

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If the belt is angled funny, you do not have it routed correctly.
There should be a belt routing diagram under the hood somewhere. Check that the pulley position of the new alternator is the same as the old alternator.

Why not identify your vehicle; Which model? What year? Which engine? Does it have A/C? Answering these questions will allow myself and others to give you a much better answer.

Posted on Aug 11, 2008

  • plastic Aug 11, 2008

    There are several different belt diagrams. If you don't identify your vehicle, you can't be helped.

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