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Old 04-03-2012, 07:40 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hello,

I have 70000 miles on my pilot and have decided to go ahead and change the serpentine belt. The current belt looks fine and the markers on the motor indicate everything is set correctly but it seems this is a good time to do the change.

What I am wondering is does anyone have a good idea on how to route the belt? It seems pretty tight in there and imagine I could figure it out but any help would be appreciated.

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I should have added that I have a picture of how to place the belt on the car just am a bit confused on what is the best way to add the belt to the various pulleys. Which one to start with and where to finish.

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please post picture for others/reference. I would think routing the belt from the bottom to to would be easiest, depending on the belt tensioner bolt location.
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