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belt change/'93 loyale

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#1 iceland


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Posted 11 October 2005 - 07:11 AM

Greetings,I have a '93 loyale.I need to change the 'fan' belts.The outside belt is simple,but am not sure about the inside belt.This is my only car at the moment,so I dont want to take it apart with out being able to re assemble it.Is there anything I should know about removing the inside belt?Thanks.

BTW-looked at FAQs,but could only find info on timing belts

#2 NorthWet


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Posted 11 October 2005 - 08:50 AM

Does your Loyale have Air Conditioning? And, if so, is the compressor outboard of the alternator or inboard of it (between alternator and power steering pump)?

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