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Old 08-21-2010
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How do you change out a drive belt in an 04 dohc 2.3l?
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all 01+ engines are chain driven. no belt.
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Serpentine (fan) belt?
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serpentine belt will just have a tensioner pulley
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Should be a diagram on your frame. Loosen the tensioner and move it with the wrench
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