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Where can you find a serpentine belt diagram for a 1995 Pontiac Sunfire 2.2?

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2006-11-24 15:55:10
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You May Find in it a Book that you may buy at like auto parts store Or go to autozone.com or pepboys.com they may have it online Or even look under the hood of your car it should be on the sticker up the hood or near the engine some times. Hope it is helpful There is no diagram in the Haynes books This has been a recurring question here for a long time. There are many posts and, in at least one of them, one of the contributers posted a link to a site which has a diagram. If your belt is still intact, you might just make a quick diagram of the belt routing and work from that.

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