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What size Serpentine belt does a prizm need and a oldmobile alero

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Go to any auto parts stores they can look up info in parts reference in computer and find your drive belt belts size.all you need to know is your engine size and if your engine has airconditioner or non airconditioners which drive belt will be shorter.

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Click on the link below and enter your engine size. You will get a page with a part number for the serpentine belt and under it, a Routing Diagram. Best of luck.
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http://www.mvreader.com/multiview/dayco/index.php?autoCatalogSearch=0&catalog=auto&l=n&year=2004&year_from=&year_to=&make=OLDSMOBILE&model=ALERO

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