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I was trying to find my transmission dipstick today ( BTW WHERE TF IS THAT?!?)

Anyways I noticed my belt looked a little skinny. Even a little rough. Maybe it was my view but my pulley looked as if it could have taken on a bigger belt. Thoughts?
 

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buy a new serp belt. I think mine cost $12 and its wonderful piece of mind. Sometimes when belts get extremely old they start getting wore til theres just a strand left, then SNAP!
 

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No transmission dip stick just a level plug.
 

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How hard is it to actually change the belt?

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No transmission dip stick just a level plug.
well isnt that some sh!t haha no wonder i couldnt find it

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well found out how to change rge belt..seems fairly easy!
 

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wheres da belt located
 

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on a 2.2 it took me literally 5 mins to change my belt and that included putting my car on the hoist
 

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had to go through the wheel well but didnt have to loosen a motor mount. are the belts routed differently?
 

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had to go through the wheel well but didnt have to loosen a motor mount. are the belts routed differently?
Kept my car on a jackstand and went through the wheel well as well. Also didn't need to take off the motor mount. Replaced both the belt and the tensioner pulley. Took about an hour and a half, pretty tight fit. 2.2 09
 
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