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|Belt Length:||45.08 in|
|Belt Width:||.82 in|
|Cross Section Designation:||K-Section|
|Material:||EPDM, Aramid Reinforced|
|Maximum Operating Temperature:||100|
|Minimum Operating Temperature:||-42.7|
|Outside Circumference:||45.74 in|
|Standards:||SAE J1459, SAE J2432|
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Q:Want to change both belts on my 2010 Taurus. I believe there is a special tool required for the alternator belt and a zip tie for the power steering belt. Is the tool available at Advance? How are the belts accessed? Do you have the procedure you can share?
A:Hi Chuck, glad to assist you! In our stores we do loan tools like spring compressors to specialized pullers and more. We are here to help with the tools you need to get the job done right. Deposit required.
Q:Would you go though the fender well to install new serpentine belt on 2008 Lincoln MKX?
A:Hi Steve, this sounds like a great project. For replacing the serpentine belt on your 2008 Lincoln MKX, raise and safely support the vehicle. Working from the top of the vehicle, use a suitable belt tensioner release tool to rotate the accessory drive belt tensioner clockwise and remove the accessory drive belt from the alternator pulley. Remove the RH inner fender splash shield.. Working from underneath the vehicle, remove the accessory drive belt. Working from underneath the vehicle, install the accessory drive belt on all pulleys, except the alternator pulley. Working from the top of the vehicle, position the accessory drive belt on the alternator pulley, then use a suitable belt tensioner release tool to rotate the accessory drive belt tensioner clockwise and install the accessory drive belt on the alternator pulley. Install the RH inner fender splash shield. Carefully lower the vehicle.