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Is the timing belt and serpentine belt in a 2000 Isuzu Trooper the same thing?

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2007-05-15 18:55:32
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No. The timing belt is under the timing belt cover and drives the water pump, oil pump, and cams from the crankshaft and is necessary for operation of the engine. The serpentine belt is on the outside and drives the alternator, power steering, and air conditioner.

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