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Old 01-11-2008, 09:17 PM
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serp belt diagram

Can anyone supply me with one for a '98 2.5 4 cyl.
I'm pretty sure I got it on there right, but it has like 6-12 inchs of slack. Also do I need to tighten or loosen the bolt on the power steering pump to put more tension on the belt?

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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.
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i sent him the same in a PM. that are pics from the official jeep FSM and they are copyrighted...

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i sent him the same in a PM. that are pics from the official jeep FSM and they are copyrighted...

Oooooo..........................Smeg's going to hard time for that.
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Oooooo..........................Smeg's going to hard time for that.
i don´t know how it is in the US. but here in europe jeep goes to court everytime they see that parts of FSMs are shown in forums or on other websites.
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Mine are linked to stu-offroad.com anyway so im alright, not that I really give a shit anyway
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Thanks guys. That helps so much. I still need to know if I need to tighten or loosen the bolt on the power steering pump to put more tension on the belt.
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Thanks guys. That helps so much. I still need to know if I need to tighten or loosen the bolt on the power steering pump to put more tension on the belt.
No adjustments required, you have a spring loaded tensioner.
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i thought the power steering pump adjusted the belt?
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bump. i need help. i can't drive my jeep if i can't get the belt tight.
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Nevermind, I'm an idiot. I didn't realize that the idler pulley right below the power steering pump is the pulley that moves to put tension on the belt. I thought the power steering pump actually moved like on my old cherokee with a 4.0.

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