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Old 25 Aug 2013, 10:14 pm
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Hi guys, anyone have the part numbers for the alternator belt?

And the accessory/serpentine belt? Time to change them both and I need the numbers just to be sure.

Its the 2002 N/A 2.4L base wagon thanks in advance.
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Old 26 Aug 2013, 12:52 am
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These are the numbers on the ones I just ordered. Work on 2002 also.

4PK1310 for Serpentine
4668380AF for alternator
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Old 26 Aug 2013, 05:29 am
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Thank You my friend, I had one but not the other, thank you, thank you so much.
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Thank You my friend, I had one but not the other, thank you, thank you so much.
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Old 26 Aug 2013, 04:32 pm
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See what I mean different part #s listed above.... Would either one of these be Right?? thats the problem I was running into all these different part numbers Hey (( busted )) these worked fine for you too?
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See what I mean different part #s listed above.... Would either one of these be Right?? thats the problem I was running into all these different part numbers Hey (( busted )) these worked fine for you too?
This was the alternator belt and the ac belt. Mine is a turbo. But that should not make a difference if you have ac and power steering.
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Old 26 Aug 2013, 04:44 pm
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This was the alternator belt and the ac belt. Mine is a turbo. But that should not make a difference if you have ac and power steering.
ok the pk1310=51.5"
the pk1400=55.75 ???

will that be too much off?
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ok the pk1310=51.5"
the pk1400=55.75 ???

will that be too much off?
The sizes wont vary. So it's a right or wrong thing. The auto parts will tell you based on the information you give on your car.
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Old 26 Aug 2013, 05:15 pm
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In looking deeper......

it seems they gave me the wrong belt..... it's the one used w/o AC.

So the 55 incher it is.

Sorry I passed along the bad number. Now to get mine exchanged.
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Old 26 Aug 2013, 10:04 pm
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Ok Thanks guys, glad we got this straightned out. I'll put the numbers in the glove box or store them on my computer thanks again.


The Alternator belt part was Fine 35". the main drive belt 4pk1400 was wrong for my application (55 3/4") too short..
The Mopar # on my belt is 4668382AD & 4pk1422<<< which I haven't found any one the makes the length of 56 3/4" which is the correct length so I just bought another factory belt (4668382AD) I have AC , powersteering. Just to follow up.

I guess all I had to do was look at my belt in the first place lol.
Changing is EZ though.
1) Jack up the car on passenger side put under a jack stand--Take off wheel
2) Take off lower splash shield 10mm bolt heads
3) Turn counter clock wise the idler pulley bolt 15mm bolt head ---Take off belt from under the car
4) Loosen lower pivot bolt on alternator 15mm bolt head --loosen upper pivot bolt 15mm--loosen adjustment screw 13mm.
5) Pull alternator toward front (maybe have to looseen adj. screw more) take of belt.
REVERSE Process,, done. Maybe 15- 20mins. tops if you pretty quick & have tools already ready.

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