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Recommended to be replaced at the first sign of cracking
  • Accessory belts transfer power from the engine to various accessories like the alternator, power steering pump, air conditioning compressor, water pump, etc. The belt should be replaced at specified service intervals, more frequently if periodic inspections indicate looseness, noise, excessive or abnormal belt wear or cracking. It is a good idea to replace belt tensioners and pulleys when installing new belts to prevent belt slippage, noise, and premature wear. The engine drive belt, also known as the serpentine belt or accessory belt, is a critical component of a vehicle’s engine. It drives multiple components in the engine, such as the alternator, power steering pump, water pump, and air conditioning compressor, ensuring their proper operation. The primary function of the engine drive belt is to transfer power from the engine’s crankshaft to various components in the engine. It drives the rotation of these components, allowing them to perform their respective functions. For example, the alternator charges the battery, the power steering pump assists with steering, the water pump circulates coolant, and the air conditioning compressor provides cooling. Engine drive belts are typically made of a durable rubber material with reinforcing fibers, such as polyester or Kevlar, for added strength and flexibility. They feature a ribbed design to grip the pulleys of the driven components, ensuring efficient power transfer. The engine drive belt needs to be properly tensioned to ensure it does not slip or cause excessive wear on the components. Most modern vehicles have an automatic belt tensioner that maintains the correct tension automatically. However, some older vehicles may have an adjustable tensioner that requires manual adjustment. Over time, engine drive belts can become worn, cracked, or damaged due to heat, age, and continuous use. If the belt shows signs of excessive wear, such as cracking, fraying, or glazing, or if it becomes loose and starts slipping, it should be replaced to prevent failure and ensure proper functioning of the driven components. The process of replacing the engine drive belt varies depending on the vehicle’s make, model, and engine design. In most cases, it involves releasing the tension on the belt, removing the old belt from the pulleys, and installing a new belt according to the manufacturer’s specifications. It is crucial to follow the correct routing and tensioning procedures to ensure proper operation. Regular inspection and maintenance of the engine drive belt are important to detect signs of wear or damage early on. It is recommended to consult the vehicle owner’s manual or seek the assistance of a qualified mechanic or automotive parts specialist when replacing the engine drive belt to ensure the correct belt is selected and proper installation procedures are followed. If you experience any issues with the engine drive belt, such as noise, slippage, or failure of driven components, it is advisable to have it inspected and replaced by a qualified technician to ensure optimal engine performance and reliability.
  • SKU : BOS-06J 260 849 D
  • Condition : New product
  • Sold in quantity : 1
  • Product grade : performance part


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06J 260 849 D


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