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Need to replace alternator belt on 2000 dodge neon, but need pulley diagram

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The 2000 neon the belt goes from teh alternator to the Harmonic Balance pulley only. The adjuster is on the alternator and is a 10 mm. Turn counter clockwise to loosen and clockwise to tighten the belt. Here is a link to a site that has the diagrams for both the serpentine belt models and regular belt models as well as timing belt diagrams: http://www.2carpros.com/diagrams/dodge/neon/2000

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