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Old February 27th, 2008, 12:29 PM   #1
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I know there is explorers out there that do not have air conditioning. Over the summer i took out all of my air conditioning components except for the compressor. Would a belt from the same year with out A/C work on mine or would i have to measure it out and get that size belt? Im trying to make more room in my engine compartment and since i never use A/C thats where I started.
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I know there is explorers out there that do not have air conditioning. Over the summer i took out all of my air conditioning components except for the compressor. Would a belt from the same year with out A/C work on mine or would i have to measure it out and get that size belt? Im trying to make more room in my engine compartment and since i never use A/C thats where I started.
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????

seems the belt you already have should work, unless i'm reading it wrong or something
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