There is a belt routing schematic on the radiator core support.
go to a napa store they have that info
When a serpentine belt is loose it means either the belt has stretched and needs replacing, or the idler tensioner is defective and needs replacing, or both.
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Pry the tensioner up to remove the tension on the belt. The schematic should be on the fan shroud. If not draw a schematic before removing the belt. Don't rely on memory.
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It is driven off the serpentine belt
You can find a schematic for the serpentine belt on a 2000 Ford Focus 2.0L SOHC motor without A/C in the owner's manual. You can also check with local auto part stores.
I am trying to save myself some money and I want to change the serpentine belt on my 1998 ford contour 2 L manual transmission....any ideas out there I would really appreciate any advice.
A shop manual.
Pry the tensioner and remove the old belt. Then reinstall it with the schematic on the fan shroud. If no schematic, draw one before you remove it. Don't rely on memory.
use a wreench on the bolt for the tensioner pulley and take the belt off and tehn thread the belt back on using the schematic on the fan shroud. If theree isn't one, draw a schematic BEFORE you remove the old belt.
Raise up on the tensoiner and remove the belt then replace it using the schematic on the fan shroud or in the owners manual.
There is a schematic on the fan shroud. If not go to a used car lot and find a like car and draw a schematic,
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Raise up on the tensioner to remove the belt. there shouold be a routing schematic on the fan shroud. If not draw one before removing the old belt.
There is usually a placard under the hood with a diagram.
it should be in your hood if not go to your local parts store they should be able to download it
The diagraim is under the hood. Look harder
The serpentine belt has a tensioner that you nust pry up to remove the belt. There should be a schematic of the routing of the belt on the fan shroud. If not, draw one before removing it.
No, an accessory belt is not considered a serpentine belt. However, a serpentine belt is considered a specific type of accessory belt.
I have a 95 GC Laredo and the serpentine belt routing diagram is "printed" on the top of the belt tensioner mechanism which is on the LEFT side of he engine compartment as you are facing the front of the vehicle.
The serpentine belt would be the same as the accessory drive belt.
Serpentine Belt Diagram ML320