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Need serpentine belt diagram for 2006 chrysler sebring with 2.4l

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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.


On:

  • Get a 14mm or 9/16" socket and a long handled ratchet or breaker bar.
  • Get the belt around all the pulleys except the A/C compressor or Alternator.
  • Locate the tensioner pulley. It's one of the smaller ones and is mounted on a spring loaded arm. It's job, as the name suggests, is to keep the belt tight. Get your socket on the center nut of this pulley.
  • Slowly pull the ratchet toward the center of the engine. The pulley will pivot on the arm allowing you to get the belt on the final pulley.
  • Slowly release the tension.
  • You're done
Off:
  • Get a 14mm or 9/16" socket and a long handled ratchet or breaker bar.
  • Locate the tensioner pulley. It's one of the smaller ones and is mounted on a spring loaded arm. It's job, as the name suggests, is to keep the belt tight. Get your socket on the center nut of this pulley.
  • Slowly pull the ratchet toward the center of the engine. The pulley will pivot on the arm allowing you to get the belt off one of the pulley's (A/C or Alternator is best)
  • Slowly release the tension.
  • You're done

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Hello Damon104.
The best way to help you with this question is to give you this site.
Dayco belts offers this and covers most makes and models.

www.mvreader.com/multiview/dayco/index.php?bgInterchange=1&l=n

I hope your repair goes well for you.

Kl

Posted on Dec 17, 2009

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SOURCE: need a diagram or routing picture for serpentine

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Posted on Jan 10, 2010

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SOURCE: need a diagram for serpentine belt for a 1996

On the underside of the hood (sometimes on the radiator shroud) there should be a decal showing the routing of the belt for the enging that came in the car originally.

Posted on Jan 16, 2010

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SOURCE: 2007 chrysler sebring serpentine belt diagram

Go to; daycoproducts.com, click cars and trucks, then go to serpentine belt. Then on the right side of the screen click on finding your vehicle. Then get the illistration number and click on illistrations, go to that number it should something 6-? or 7-?. It's a pretty good websight.

Posted on Jan 31, 2010

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Standard Rules to Removal the Serpentine Belt with a Tensioner:
1. Find the Tensioner(s). (See Diagrams on Link)
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e. Before releasing the pressure on the Tensioner, visually inspect the remainder Pulleys and the Belts' Positioning on them

Let me know if this helped, or if you have additional information or questions. Feel Free to contact me at FixYa.Com!

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Hello Damon104.
The best way to help you with this question is to give you this site.
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I hope your repair goes well for you.

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