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Old 06-18-2002, 16:42   #1 (permalink)
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I6 Serpentine Belt

Does anyone know where there may be a drawing on the internet of the routing for the Serpentine belt on an I6. I have a manual, but I am after an electronic copy of the diagram.

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Sorry dont know......

But belt patterns change with year model.......

Most cars have the pattern on the inside upper of the bonnet tho...
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On the subject of serpentine belts, is it possible to change an ED engine to use this single belt instead of the multiple belt setup??? The method I was thinking of using would be to change the harmonic balancer and use the ancilleries from a serpentine setup. Is this possible???
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Guess by changing the pulleys it is possible to lineup the single serpentine belt. But the only problem i can see is getting the ratio speed correct for the AC compressor, Power steering, alternator but i'm not 100% sure perhaps ratios doesn't matter.
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Gaz,

Mine currently runs the serpentine setup, but my 'other' engine doesn't. I'd be using the power steering, AC, etc off my current engine :s4

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I've can take pics of the stickers from the EL and XH serpentine belt setups if you like???
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Guess by changing the pulleys it is possible to lineup the single serpentine belt. But the only problem i can see is getting the ratio speed correct for the AC compressor, Power steering, alternator but i'm not 100% sure perhaps ratios doesn't matter.
The yanks like to lower the ratio of the the p/s and a/c pully's to gain a bit more power from their v8's.. i cant see it being a problem unless it increases the ratio, i guess you would then loose power from trying to spin them too fast..
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