what is the drive belt on Ford Escape 3.ol xlt 4x4 chain

Asked by Aug 28, 2012 at 08:45 PM about the Ford Escape

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The drive belt and or Serpentine belt, is the one that powers the alternator and water pump via the crank with the use of a belt tensioner on the passenger side of the vehicle.

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