The most reliable way is to go directly to the belt manufacturer's site.
In your owners manual, and near the serpentine belt there should be a routing diagram for your model that will show you the configurations(AC / no AC). also your owners manual should have a full set of specs for your specific model of vehicle.
The belt routing is dependent upon the car you have.
When making changes to a belt in a car, it is important to have a diagram. A serpentine belt routing diagram for a 2005 Nissan Titan can be found in the owners manual.
Routing of the serpentine belt depends on which engine your car has as well as whether or not the car has air conditioning. There should be a routing diagram under the hood of the car.
Well, there is a diagram inside the hood of the car.
look in your owners manual or under the hood of your car for the routing diagram.
So I can put the belt back on the car there are no diagrams on the to show me how it go's on.
Look in your owners manual if you have it or the routing decal should be under the hood of the car.
Either in the owners manuel or on a sticker under the hood of the car.
Either purchase a Haynes Manual that is specific for your car or ask a repair shop for a copy of the routing.
On any car with a serpentine belt, you must relase the tension from the tensioner assy, via a ratchet or wrench, and the belt will come off. Pay attention to the routing of the belt, if it isn't already labeled on the underside of the hood area.
If that model was available without a/c, you will need to purchase the belt for a 95 town car w/out ac, and follow the appropriate belt routing diagram for that model.
If you go towww.autovalue.com and look up the belt for your car, you can click on the first line in the parts list and get a routing illustration to print off.
Yes. This car has a Serpentine belt. Part Number-#DY5060955
i dont know im not a car expert.
This car doesn't have a serpentine belt. It has 2 drive belts.
IT IS ON THE FAN SHROUD> If it isn't there draw one before you take the belt off. If the belt is off, go to a used car lot and find a like car and draw a schematic.
i brought my car to mechanic they install the serpentine belt # 950k6 is that the right belt
It should be on the fan shroud. If not, draw one before you remove the old one. If the belt is off, go to a used car lot and find a like car and draw one.
You'll need to go to your local car parts dealer and ask them for a printout for your serpentine belt route. You'll need to know the year and type of car you have. Also, you'll need to know the size of your engine. I just changed mine on a 96 Caravan 3.8L. The diagram was on the flat painted area between the radiator and grill, facing up.
just need to know where it is located on car
It is important to have proper fitting parts on a car. A serpentine belt will fall off because it is worn out, or because it is too big for the car.
If you mean the serpentine belt that runs the pulleys on the front of the car, there is a tensioner pulley that you can turn with a wrench to release the tension. Make sure you remember the routing of the belt so you can put the new belt on the same way.
I am just now having my serpentine belt replaced, and I bought the car in May of 2003. I have pretty low mileage on the car (under 50,000).
Belt about 20 bucks unless AC run by a "serpentine belt" (all one belt runs everything) then belt cost $ 80. and labor for serpentine $ 75. labor for just AC non serpentine belt $ 30