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Old 08-15-2017, 06:11 AM   #1
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Mountain aire belt change

I am getting ready to change the serpentine belt on my 2003 gas engine and was looking for some advice on doing that. Anybody ever do that before?
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It's just like the one on your car. Locate the tension pulley and with a socket and ( I use a 2Ft breaker bar) remove the tension and old belt. Then reverse putting the new one.
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Oops I just reread your post and saw it was gas. It's still going to be like your car, but getting to it isn't going to be as easy. Sorry I couldn't help.
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Welcome to the forum.
It must be a Workhorse chassis, Workhorse information, using Newmar search engine.
OEMY's web site.
All the links below in my signature have info for your Newmar.
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Recommend photographing belt routing for ease of new belt installation. Keep the photo in the event you lose a belt on the highway.
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