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Please help with my serpentine belt

I can't find a good diagram of the way my belt should go back on.

Jeep: 95' - I6 - no air.

I think I have it correct but want to make sure. Here is a diagram of the way I have it now.



Is this correct? If not, can anyone post a picture of the way it should be?

Thanks!

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post #2 of 13 Old 04-15-2010, 09:52 PM
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no it's not correct according to the book. The elt should come from under the alt down to the harmonic ballancer then under the water pump as it comes over the power sterring then under the tension pulley to the alt. Hope this helps. I dont have a way to copy the drawing, sorry hope the wording helps.
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instead of the loop to the water pump being between the alt and harm bal, it should loo to the water pump between the harm bal and the pwr sterring pmp. This drawing doesn't show the tension pully below the pwr sterring pmp. sorry if it doesn't help
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no it's not correct according to the book. The elt should come from under the alt down to the harmonic ballancer then under the water pump as it comes over the power sterring then under the tension pulley to the alt. Hope this helps. I dont have a way to copy the drawing, sorry hope the wording helps.
What book? I have the Chilton's book and the diagram it has doesn't match my setup.
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I found this thread in the TJ area that has a diagram out of a book that matches the way I have mine setup.

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http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f9/he...emoved-842691/

I'm feeling better about the way mine is now. Can anyone confirm?
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Here is what I found for a Serpentine belt routing-1990-95 2.5L and 4.0L engines without A/C ...
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I can't find a good diagram of the way my belt should go back on.

Jeep: 95' - I6 - no air.

I think I have it correct but want to make sure. Here is a diagram of the way I have it now.



Is this correct? If not, can anyone post a picture of the way it should be?

Thanks!

The diagram you made represents that you have a later model power steering setup from the 97+ models.

That is the proper way to run the belt on those models, i put a 98 power steering pump and bracket on my 93 and that is the correct route IF you have the later model pump setup

The factory setup on the 95 should use the powersteering pump pulley itself as the adjustable tensioner and does not have a dedicated tensioner/idler pulley underneath it.
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The diagram you made represents that you have a later model power steering setup from the 97+ models.

That is the proper way to run the belt on those models, i put a 98 power steering pump and bracket on my 93 and that is the correct route IF you have the later model pump setup

The factory setup on the 95 should use the powersteering pump pulley itself as the adjustable tensioner and does not have a dedicated tensioner/idler pulley underneath it.
Thanks. I defendant have the dedicated tensioner pulley under my power steering pump. After seeing the diagram from the TJ forum that matches my setup I started thinking I may have a "newer" setup.

I'll stick with it.
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I was going by the book like jaycal 3 was saying for 90- 95. I didnt realize you were using newer setup.
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I don't think that's the right diagram:

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I just went and looked at your build thread and before you took the motor out there is a pic of the belt setup like you posted johnboy. you have it setup rite with that diagram that you drew.
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I just went and looked at your build thread and before you took the motor out there is a pic of the belt setup like you posted johnboy. you have it setup rite with that diagram that you drew.
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Why didn't I think of that? You would think after taking the time to take pictures of the rebuild process I would have thought to go back and look at them
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