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Posted by Deo on June 21st, 2004 03:35 PM
In reply to serpetine belt & tensioner on 98 caravan by Driven to insanity by inlaws on June 21st, 2004 01:38 PM [Go to top of thread]

I'm not familiar with a Caravan specifically but I have replaced them on other vehicles. It's not hard work, just be prepared for a few skinned knuckles. Be sure and draw yourself a picture (if you can) of how the belt was routed. If it broke, then that may be a problem. Typically most vehicles show a routing diagram somewhere in the engine compartment. Use the tensioner to relax the belt, slip on the new one and then allow the tensioner to come back to position. I can swap the belt on my old 94 Chevy in 20 minutes

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