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i just had this happen to me. and removed wheel from the air pump;couldnt believe the bolts didnt strip cuz they were so small, reroute belt like whites pic except from cs to alternator to bottom of tensioner to top of pulley above it then to power steering.......perfect used stock belt only thing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! you need to move the radiator hose!!!!!!!!thebelt will grind a hole in it i undid to intake hose and ran it under the radiator hose. plenty of clearance. hope this helps somebody takes about 5 min or less and its free
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I didn't realize how difficult it would be to get a clear pic with the huge factory fan shroud in the way. Hopefully this helps.

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will this cause your belt to squeal when you start up because more contact on alternator?
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No. More contact gives the belt a better grip so it will be less likely to squeal.
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I have a 1997 F250 with the 5.8. I am considering deleting the smog pump.
I like the reroute method. Can anyone tell me what length of belt to buy?
Any other advice is ok too.
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