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Old 11-28-2006, 11:09 AM   #1
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Anyone have a engine view or a picture of the pulleys and the path that the belt runs on a 1994 SSEi. Gonna need to change it and dont feel like paying someone else anymore time to become a Bonny mechanic.
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How about the one on top of your radiator???
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How about the one on top of your radiator???
94'* seem not to have it on the radiator support. Look in the owners manual, it'* in there.
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Thanks, John. Excellent pic.
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correct me if im wrong....but i believe that Pic is for S2 not S1???
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correct me if im wrong....but i believe that Pic is for S2 not S1???
Yes sir, something is incorrect on that pic. S1 has the waterpump driven on the same belt as the supercharger. S2 can remove the supercharger belt and not worry about the waterpump.

EDIT: it would be helpful to keep all your belt issues in one post.

From your other thread, no the belt isn't tough to change. On your motor there is no need to remove a motor mount stud and spacer. You are a lucky one.
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Not an excellent pic John.

(I'm off to get more coffee....I obviously need it).

This'll get you started until we find the right pic:

http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...+path&start=80

IGNORE THE IDLER UNDER THE COILS. You don't have that one.
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I just went through the link I posted above and posted the pic the have. AutoZone has basically a Chiltons/Haynes manual online. Just like said manuals, the info may not be complete/perfect, but it is a nice quick-reference
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The belt routing can be found in the owners manual in all years. Certain years also have it on the radiator support, but not all years.

Otherwise, maybe a look up at Dayco would show the path.
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