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Where can you get a diagram for the serpentine belt route for a 2001 Crown Victoria?


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2004-11-13 16:58:23
2004-11-13 16:58:23

Open the hood and look around the hood latch mechanism on the metal frame in behind the radiator. You'll see a sticker with the belt routing on it. If you get stuck, remember that the back of the belt goes on smooth pulleys and the inside of the belt goes on the grooved pulleys.


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