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Old 01-18-2010, 12:39 PM
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Can some let me know how to route the engine belt?
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This might be a stupid question......but...if you are going to replace it, why not just draw on a piece of paper how its routed.
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Sometimes the Gates Hose and Belt website (www.gates.com) has routing diagrams.
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This might be a stupid question......but...if you are going to replace it, why not just draw on a piece of paper how its routed.
Good idea ... should work out well. The belts on the 3.5 are easy ... the 4 cylinder is more complicated. Original post didn't specify which engine.
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He/she probably got the job done since the thread is from January.
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