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Old 04-22-2009, 09:42 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I am looking to replace my serpentine belt on my 05 Verona, and there is no routing diagram located in the owner's manual or anywhere under the hood. I got an alldata account and they don't list a routing diagram either. I went to the Dayco belt site and the diagram they show does not look close to the belt on the engine. I suppose I could draw it. I just need to know what pulley is the tensioner, which way to release it, and if I need to come from the bottom or the top.
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You need to service from the bottom if memory serves. If you have the old belt still on there just draw it out. That is what we do. Or remember smoother pulleys are back side of the belt grooved the inside of the belt.

Going clockwise, Starting at the top it goes on the outside of the the PowerSteering Pulley, then the outside of the alternator, then inside the upper idler pulley, then the outside of the AC compressor, then the outside of the Crank Pulley, the the inside of the tensioner and then the outside of the water pump pulley on its way back to the power steering.

Tensioner bolt (the center of the pulley) rotates clockwise to release the belt.

Hope that helps.
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That's what I did. Removed the splash guard and had easy access to the tensioner and all pulleys. Wonder why alldata wanted me to get it though the top? No freakin way. Thanks
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