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What is the belt routing for 1994 4.0 jeep bypassing the ac?

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2006-05-21 21:24:28
2006-05-21 21:24:28

If you have a serpentine belt, there is no real way to do bypass it. The AC must be part of the route because it keeps the tension on the alternator. There is a bracket with a pulley that jeeps w/o AC had and if your AC doesn't work, try putting a bracket and pulley in.

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