Can I bypass av compressor with sepintentine belt on 2007 Honda CR-V?

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Asked by Sep 13, 2015 at 02:17 AM about the Honda CR-V

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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the AC compressor??? yes you have to measure for a new belt here is a diagrame of what it will need to look like . I believe this is what yours looks like anyways

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here is the picture

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This was very helpful, I got a 551/2 inch serpentine belt and I'm driving again. Thank you

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Yes, very helpful! My belt is 55 7/8 inch. Was a bear to put on. But works great until I can afford to get the AC working.

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Agree with previous guy... MINIMUM 55 7/8. Was a "bear" to get on. Probably would help to go a little larger !!!!!!

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Belt i used is Gates k070553.

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anyone know the belt size to bypass AC compressor on a CRV 2010 Honda

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Anybody know the part # for the 55 1/2" belt?

We just did a 55 7/8 on a 2009 and it was difficult. I would agree with the statement that 55 7/8 is a minimum length

Would the belt length be th same 55 7/8 inch for a compressor bypass on a 2008 crv

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