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    2005 chrysler serpentine belt

    My wife fired up the 300 & heard a thud under the hood & then the A/C stopped & there was no power steering... I popped the hood & the squirrel didn't make it! He got caught up in the belt & caused it to come off the pulley's. How the hell does this thing go on? I've tried 3 ways to route it & I end up with 3" of slack!

    Any diagrams anywhere? I can't find any..

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    there's no routing map on the front of the motor? something might be out of adjustment, there is a way to tighten and loosen the tension but i dont know that 3" difference is possible.


    what size motor

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    there a pain in the *** what motor is in it and ill try and find a pic

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    Quote Originally Posted by sportsterme View Post
    there a pain in the *** what motor is in it and ill try and find a pic
    No pic on hood or motor, only an emissions diagram. It looks like there's a pulley missing, LOL.

    Motor is from a 2005 300 limited 3.5L

    IowanGPR & Sportsterme, thanks!

    Here's a pic & 2 clips with 2 different routing paths..
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    after watching the vid ... it doesn't look anything like yours

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    Quote Originally Posted by sportsterme View Post
    Blam!! Thank you!
    But, that is a bitch!!! I don't wanna piss off the neighbors right now so i'll try it again another day!

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    The tension pulley is moved with a socket wrench. They are so much easier than they used to be. (I won't say what year they used to be was...lol) I changed the one on My Dodge truck in 2 min.

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    Boy have you had some bad car luck in the past 2 weeks

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