Printable belt diagrams are available for you who are looking for serpentine belt for your car. In these 101 Diagramss, to choose the one that you are looking for, select the specific year and make of your vehicle. Take note of the type and number on the diagrams and scroll to the bottom to find your serpentine belt diagram. The first diagram is posted below.
The serpentine belt was first introduced in 1985 by Mercedes and was designed to replace the multi belt drive belt systems and control multiple components on engine with a single belt. The single belt is more efficient, easy to change and has a longer life span than the multiple belt systems used in earlier model vehicles. Most vehicles have a sticker with the diagram under the hood. Posted below are the belt diagrams for Ford and Ford Taurus.
A single serpentine belt allows the vehicle to operate in a much more efficient manner. It also provides a much cleaner, more hassle-free, and space saving design. In vehicles that didn’t utilize the serpentine belt, consumers had to replace the many belts more frequently because they didn’t last as long due to the poor design. Older model vehicles that weren’t equipped with the serpentine belt also had some issues with the belts slipping off pulleys. The serpentine belt, since it’s longer, is much less likely to slip. The following belt routing diagrams are for Mercedes and voyager.
All presented are the belt routing diagrams that you can save as your reference in making your own belt. Find other diagrams in our site and feel free to look through our list of diagrams in our archive if you can’t find the diagram you’re looking for.