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How do you take off a serpentine belt for a 1994 Jeep Wrangler automatic?

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2006-03-12 04:27:57
2006-03-12 04:27:57

If it is a 4.0, loosen the two rear steering pump mounting bolts, the upper pivot bolt, and the locknut and the adjusting bolt located on the bottom of the unit. Push the steering unit in and remove the old belt. Remember how it was routed. Replace with the new belt. Pull the steering pump back and tighten the adjusting bolt for tension. Then tighten the other bolts.

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