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When do you change a sepentine belt on a 2002 dodge ram?


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2007-05-19 14:59:41
2007-05-19 14:59:41

As long as the belt looks okay it should be alright. Check to see if there are lots of cracks in it. Also if it is starting to fray around the edges then it is time. Good luck.


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