1987 - 1996 F150 & Larger F-Series Trucks1987 - 1996 Ford F-150, F-250, F-350 and larger pickups - including the 1997 heavy-duty F250/F350+ trucks
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I was wandering if anyone could describe the order in which I need to put my serpentine belt on? Over or under which pully's? My diagram on the front of the truck has worn off and my Haynes doesn't have the picture or the order of it. I would have kept track of it if I had removed it, but my fan flying off assisted in it's removal and the removal of half my radiator. Any help would be appreciated.
A factory 1990 F-series/Bronco shop manual should have these diagrams.Although this doesn't help you out now,I think Ford still sells those underhood belt decals,so next time you have to change the belt,you'll have the diagram in front of you.If they don't have one,you might try contacting autokrafters.com If you don't have a 1990 shop manual,you can contact helminc.com to get a new one.I've seen some on ebay,too,recently.Hope this helps.
I appreciate the help everyone and I will try to get a shop manual. Is the manual for my specific truck because I know half the stuff in a Haynes or Chilton is wrong. Anyhow I stopped a guy in Bass Pro parking lot and asked to look under his hood. I don't think I'll forget the order of which the belt goes again though. Thanks
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