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to replace drive belt rotate tensioner pulley clockwise then slip on new belt look under hood on the radiator shroud for drivebelt routing diagram.check drive belt tensioner for damage or looseness because very seldom drive break either cracked worn or drivebelt tensioner faulty.
I had the same problem this week and every way I put the belt on ,it was 6 inches too long. If you have an Autozone store close, they will print you the proper belt install. Not sure about any other parts store ,but worth a shot. I spent 2 hours trying to figure out and even though had to drive to parts store, it saved a lot of frustration. let me know if that helps
Hi, when a belt comes off, it's usually because of a bad bearing in one of the accessories or idler pulleys, or maybe your tensioner spring is broken. Remove the belt and check all pulleys for spin and play. It is also possible you lost an idler pulley and the new belt routing is not turning the water pump in the right direction. Check the routing and look for a missing idler pulley. Let me know if you are missing the routing diagram.
Your vehicle should have a black lable on the upper radiator support or on the firewall. This will have a white routing diagram on it. The lable is only about 2 inches by 2 inches square. Thank you, Dana