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Serpentine Belt Routing
 

Ever remove the serpentine belt and then realize you can't remember the path it took as it snaked around all of those pulleys on the front of your engine?  And worse yet, you remember that the routing diagram that was on a label stuck in the engine compartment came off the last time you pressure washed your Jeep.  Not to worry, hopefully one of these will work for you.

 


This diagram shows the fan belt routing for a '98 TJ, 2.5L or 4.0 L, with power steering. 



This diagram shows the fan belt routing for a '98 TJ, 2.5L or 4.0 L, with the air conditioning and power steering. 
 


This diagram shows the fan belt routing for a '98 TJ, 2.5L or 4.0 L, with no air conditioning and no power steering.
 


Ever wonder about those cracks that appear in the fan belt?  Well, according to the factory manual, there are OK cracks and then there are NOT OK cracks.  This drawing pretty much explains which ones are OK for you to have on yours. 

 

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