Having the same problem with my f150...same year...same size.
I went to O'Reilly's and asked for a non a/c belt and when the salesman was pulling up the info on his computer, he came across the belt track diagram for both the a/c and the non a/c belts.
He told me that judging by the sketches, it showed the pulleys to be in different locations on the belt route. He said by what he could see, a non a/c belt wouldn't work.
I don't know why, and I never got a second opinion. I never tried it myself though...just took his word for it.
yes,a good parts man will give you a belt to bypass your ac.
You will not be able to route a different belt without the compressor even if you use a shorter belt but you can sometimes get what is called a "bypass" pulley for some of the models but I would need to know the year and engine size to see if one is available.......
You mean the air conditioning compressor? It can be done, but you'll need to find a belt which will work for that application... it's a bit of a crap shoot, and I suggest you find some F150 forums to find out which belt you can do this with and how to route it, although there really is no need to bypass it.. as long as you have the AC turned off, the compressor clutch won't engage, and the pulley will spin freely.
its a hard belt to find if you take it to the auto parts store they just look at you funny the belt number is 820 k6
You may not bypass a smog pump. It is a part of the vehicle's emission's control system and bypassing it is a violation of federal law.
Buy a "by-pass pulley" and you can use the same belt. copy and paste link: http://www.autozone.com/autozone/catalog/parts/partsShelf.jsp?displayName=A/C+Compressor+Bypass+Pulley&currentPage=1&categoryDisplayName=Climate+Control&navValue=15201187&itemId=1187-0&parentId=52-0
Depending on the year remove either the v-belt or the serpentine belt, remove the rear a/c manifold, remove the hold down bolts and then remove the a/c compressor.......
Go to Autozone and get an 88.2-inch 6-rib serpentine belt. This will effectively bypass the smog pump and keep all other accessories operational.
I need to change out the alternator on my 2001 f150 supercrew. how do I do it?
I need a diagram for a serpentine belt for a 1994 f150 with 5.0 engine I need a diagram for a serpentine belt for a 1994 f150 with 5.0 engine There should be a sticker near radiator shroud that has belt routing. If not stick the belt down past the right side of fan/water pump .put belt on crank pulley then pull back of belt over water pump and then down around power steering pulley and up over compressor pulley. put belt from crank pulley around smog pulley then up to tensioner with back of belt around tensioner and then around alternator pulley.next put rachet and socket(15 mm) on tensioner and pull on it while placing belt under idler pulley.
the belt tensioner does it by itself.short answer no
How do you turn the seat belt buzzer off????
The tension on a 1988 Ford F150 can be loosened by adjusting the belt tensioner. The retaining bolt is loosened, the tensioner shifted slightly, and tightened down.
dose 07 ford 150 have timing belt or timing chanin
the clutch on your A/C compressor needs to be replaced.
I need the routing for the serpentine belt for 1990 Ford 150?
Purchase a Freon recharge kit. Connects the Freon hoses to the ports on the air conditioner compressor. Release the Freon into the compressor.
yes. you just have to know what wires lead to and which ones to connect together
You leave the stolen car at the police impound lot!
the easyiest way to change it would be to buy the belt then take it to the ford dealer ship and have them put it on
The Ford F-150 Lariat has a timing chain, not a timing belt. Unlike a timing belt, there is no need to have the timing chain changed.
no adjusting bolt u have a serpentine belt.that has a tension pulley that automatically adjusts if belt is loose, u need to replace belt
facing the truck it is on the left side towards the front of the engine behind the a/c compressor. You would have to remove the compressor to gain access to the sensor