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How does the belt go back on?

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2005-11-25 01:11:38
2005-11-25 01:11:38

look at the cover on your radaitor somewhere in that vicinity there should be a diagram showing how it goes over the pulleys

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Most cars have the diagram on a sticker some where in the engine bay if not go to your local parts store they can print off the belt diagram. If you have a new belt some have the diagram on the back of the packaging.

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There should be a diagram drawing on a sticker under the hood on how to replace this belt.

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It is only held on with one bolt and keyed to go a certain way. Take the belt off, unbolt it, bolt on the new one, put the belt back on.

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if you can see where it goes on all the stationary pulleys, put those on first, then there will be one idler pully, pull that back and the belt should go on easily

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By wearing your seatbet. If it will not go off even when you have your seat belt on, take it back to the dealer and see if this is covered by your warranty.

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