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Driveworks V-Ribbed Belt

Part No. 1105K6 Warranty Details  

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This Driveworks v-belt is designed to provide better belt-to-pulley contact. The specialized rubber compound incorporates a high temperature polymer formulated to maximize load carrying requirements and belt life. This Driveworks belt has been constructed and engineered to meet the stringent demands of today's automotive drive systems. The Driveworks v-belt delivers long-lasting dependable belt life.

Product Features:
  • Constructed with heat and ozone resistant EPDM rubber
  • Fiber is added to the rib stock to reinforce the rubber and reduce noise from worn and misaligned pulleys
  • Made with treated polyester cord to reduce belt stretch
  • Meets OEM requirements
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Belt Length:110.433 in
Belt Width:0.82 in
Material:EPDM
Rib Quantity:6

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  • Q:

    How do I install this? I dont have a diagram.
    Asked on 7/25/2012 by Rob from PA

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    • CUSTOMER CARE

      A:

      Locate the drive belt at the front or right hand side--passenger side--of the engine compartment. Also, inside the engine compartment, find the label showing the drive belt routing. It will tell if your vehicle uses an idler pulley, an automatic tensioner or some other system to adjust or disengage the drive belt. If there is no label, make a note of the drive belt routing if necessary so that it can be reinstalled the same way. Loosen the locking and pivot bolts from the alternator using a wrench or ratchet. Move the alternator with your hands towards the engine or away from it, whichever way makes the drive belt become loose. Locate the idler pulley if your vehicle is equipped with a serpentine or V-ribbed belt. Using a wrench or ratchet, loosen the locking bolt, then turn the adjustment bolt using a ratchet until you can slip the belt off the pulleys. Locate the drive belt tensioner if your vehicle is equipped with an automatic drive belt tension system. With a wrench or ratchet, use the bolt on the center of the tensioner to lift it and release the belt off its pulleys. Take the old belt with you to the auto parts store and compare it with the new one, making sure it matches in size, width and configuration. This is an important step that could save you a lot of confusion and unnecessary trips back to the store. Mount the new drive belt around the pulleys following its original routing configuration. Use a pry bar to lift the alternator and give the drive belt its appropriate tension--not too tight or too loose--while tightening the locking bolt and then tighten the pivot bolt. If your system has an idler pulley or drive belt tensioner, follow the reverse procedure used to pull the belt off the pulleys. Make sure the belt ribs on serpentine belts interlock with their corresponding grooves or narrow channels on the pulleys. For further assistance, please feel free to call us at 1-877-238-2623 or visit your nearest Advance Auto Parts store and one of our representatives would be more than happy to assist you.

      Answered on 7/25/2012 by Steve from AAP
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