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post #1 of 9 Old 11-19-2010, 01:00 PM Thread Starter
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1995 I6 Belt diagram without a/c

Ok I know its been asked before but does anyone have the belt routing diagram for an I6 without AC?

The 95 FSM only shows it routed with AC. But it shows both ways for the V8. Go figure..

I can buy a belt at Autozone without a/c but unsure of the routing.

Long story short, horrible squealing.. Thought it was the water pump but after removing everything I am fairly sure its the AC compressor. Already replaced the water pump while I had everything out. But dont have the money to replace the compressor right now, so bypassing it with a shorter belt will get it back up and running.


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Lookin at that I cant help but to raise an eyebrow, looks like things in that diagram arent in the right place. I took my Ac out of the loop on my ZJ though as well because of a screaming compressor, The idea depicted above is pretty much the same though, wrap it like you normally would but when it comes time to where you would wrap up around the ac compressor just skip it and go to the would-be next pully in the chain
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sorry i think i screwed up and print screened the diagram for a V8 :/ appolgeeze
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here is one of for the I6. i cant find one without the AC :/ hope this helps some
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here is one of for the I6. i cant find one without the AC :/ hope this helps some
Just come up around the alt pull like you would and then under the idler pulley to the right of it, if the pulleys got grooves you wrap over, if the pulley is smooth you wrap under with the back of the belt making contact to the pull
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Yeah those first two are for the V8.

Last one looks right. Just wanted to make sure of the routing.

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AC bypass belt

I realize this is an old post but the correct belt to bypass you ac pump is a 710K6 or a Dayco 5060710 did it myself and it works great.
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Wow , this was a pain to get into format to download it , lol
Sorry to bring up an older thread. Does anyone have a length or a non jeep part number for the belt with no ac. I have searched with no luck.
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