Check out 2carpro's.com, they have some great diagrams of belt routing.
loosen the alternator and it will slide right off Check 2carpros.com for a belt routing diagram.
The 1994 Jeep Grand Cherokee tension belt diagram can be obtained from most Jeep dealerships. Most auto-parts stores will supply the belt diagram when you purchase the belt.
In the belt book at most autoparts stores have a diagram section for serpentine belt routing.
you might be able to go under the ac compressor pulley instead of over it and use the belt for the non ac version of your engine you can look up the belt and check the routing here http://www.gates.com/part_locator/index.cfmgo=part_locator&location_id=3598
I need a routing diagram for the serpentine belt on a 1998 Jeep Wranger, 4 cylinder, with air conditioning
he serpentine, or accessory belt.
All 1994 Jeep engines used a timing chain.
Check the manufacturer's routing sticker under the hood.
4.0 Engine belt routing and tensioner release location
First we will need the model year, what size engine and if it has AC or not.
We went to our local Autozone and they printed out a diagram for us free of charge.
http://autorepair.about.com/library/graphics/42163954.gif If you go to this link you will find a picture of a belt diagram to a 1993 Jeep Cherokee its correct I just finished changing one.
I have a 95 GC Laredo and the routing diagram for the serpentine belt is on the fan shroud. Perhaps yours is there as well?
I had a `93 Cherokee and it was right under the hood.
Insert a ratchet or breaker bar in the belt tensioner and turn it slightly to release the pressure on the belt. Move the belt off the belt tensioner pulley and then release the belt tensioner. The belt should have plenty of slack in it now. Pay attention to the belt routing as you pull out the belt because the new one must go in the same routing. Make sure the belt is back in the proper route and then twist your belt tensioner and put the belt over the tensioner pulley. It should be tight again.
Maybe the belt tension is too tight. This very same thing happen to me on a 92 Jeep Cherokee. Is the belt the right belt ? Length , width and design Check your routing If you did not move any components ( fly wheel ???? ) then look at the belt. looks like you got to change the belt again anyway get a belt from a dealership
That is the way Jeep/Chrysler made them. I think it has to do with the way the belt runs over the pulley.
belt is probably to big, try a 1 or 2 inch smaller belt.
Any parts store will have the answer for you.
If the compressor is locing up I belive you have two choices (1) look on the belt routing digram under the hood I belive it shows belt routing without ac unit, I think you can buy a belt for a non ac jeep & just route the belt to bypass the ac unit-you will have to try it! (2) in the power box you could remove the ac relay to stop cycling of the compressor. as long as the clutch free wheels this will work, I have done this myself without short term issue.
This vehicle should be chain driven. NOT BELT. Chains rarely failWhats the reason for repair
No, they don't.