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I have a 94 chrysler lebaron and my serpentine belt came off, how do i put it back on? I was looking for a diagram online, but i can't seem to find one, can you help me?
Here's how to get a serpentine belt on or off (You'll need to do both). It's easy and doesn't require a prybar. The routing is usually diagrammed on a label under the hood.
Posted on Aug 15, 2009
I'm not aware of any online sources I can post without copyright infringement; realistically, you should invest the $20-$25 (typical) in a hardcopy manual for your vehicle that you can use while you're working on the car (thus avoiding greasy fingers on your computer keyboard or display). They are available at nearly any auto parts store.
There is typically a tensioner pulley of some kind you will need to loosen, slip the belt into position, and then re-tighten, preferably to factory-spcifications, but at the very least tight enough that you can't easily deflect the belt between two pulleys, and so it doesn't slip.
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Posted on Jan 16, 2009
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