How to Replace a Serpentine Belt / Drive Belt (Saturn Vue 2004-2007)

How to Replace a Serpentine Belt / Drive Belt (Saturn Vue 2004-2007)

Replacement parts for Saturn Vue 2004-2007:
BANDO 6PK1165 Standard Replacement Serpentine Belt:
ACDELCO 12581696 GM Original Equipment:
5pc Long Drive Metric Wrench set (Includes 14mm):
Replacement air filter:

The car in the video is a Saturn Vue 2007. However, the procedures shown in the video will apply to most vehicles and applications.

What is a car’s Serpentine Belt?
Serpentine Belts are used to drive the air-conditioning compressor, power steering pump, water pump and the alternator, and are connected to those components from the crankshaft pulley.

In more modern cars one or two belts – known as the serpentine belt because of the way they twist around multiple pulleys – do all of these jobs.

The auxiliary belt should be checked every once in a while to make sure the tension between pulleys is correct. Pick a point on the belt midway between pulleys and push on it with a finger.

Using a ruler, if the belt flexes by more than an inch it may need to be tightened.

Video Title: How to Replace a Serpentine Belt / Drive Belt (Saturn Vue 2004-2007)

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Joseph Trunk says:

Excellent , thanks for the helper video , I have to do this on a 2.2 liter 2005 Vue tomorrow

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