how do you route the alternator and ac belt on a 2001 Mitsubishi eclipse
Follow the route of the serpentine belt. It drives the alternator.
The alternator is driven by a drive belt or a serpentine belt. Follow the route of the belt and you will find the alternator.
it is a good cargo transporting system and a trading route
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The cargo hold on an Airbus A320-200 has a capacity of 37.4m3 Which is enough for seven standard LD3 cargo containers. The capacity, however, is limited to the maximum takeoff weight, which will depend greatly on the runway and route. In practice, a typical medium-haul route with 150 passengers could be carrying 3 tons of baggage and a further 2 tons of cargo.
The most direct, avoiding inclement weather and pirates.
first infultrate the area unseen and plant abomb on the cargo and then run away. make sure you have an escape route.
He made a profit of several thousand percent on cargo of spices
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Carrying cargo by ship was faster, easier, cheaper and less dangerous than carrying it by land.
Maximum hold luggage would depend on the airline, the route and the class of ticket purchase.
Buy a one wire hook up alternator and route about a 10ga wire from its output terminal to your battery positive or to fuse block, use a piece of fusible link or a circuit breaker rated about the same as your new alternator.
its really simple... the belt goes around the crankshaft pulley, then it goes over the water pump and around the alternator.
Looking on the website for O'Reilly Auto parts, alternators for the 4.0 SOHC V6 range from about $140 for a rebuilt alternator to $240 for an original OEM alternator. For the V8, it looks like $114 for a rebuilt off-brand alternator to $276 for an original OEM alternator. Changing an alternator is a very simple task you should be able to do yourself, so you can save yourself labor cost going that route. If you're not up to the task, expect about $80 in labor in addition to the cost of the alternator.
The full form of C and F agent is a customs and clearing agent. These people expedite and route cargo.
Seriously, which type of train? On what route? How much does it weigh with it's normal cargo? SheesH!
You dont need a diagram.. just trace the route with the eye.. Besides.. if your going to change the alternator belt.. you might as well change all 3 if its on the V6.. Oh.. and is a PIA job..
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In pre-mechanical transport times, ships were the only economic form of cargo transport over long distances.
A water route was faster than the silk road, more cost effective (more cargo could be transported), and it was also safer (on the silk road there were notorious robbers who looted the slow moving caravans)
Drake had two reasons. He was looking for a water route to Asia and the Queen asked him to attack Spanish ships and take cargo.
Depending on the exact type of ship and whether it stopped anywhere on route, time would average 11 days