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Dayco
2003 Chevrolet Tahoe Serpentine Belt - Air Conditioning and Tensioner 8 Cyl 4.8L Dayco

P311-173FFD9    5040378  New

377K4 , D84-1000-040958 , 30007975 , 1245K9100115880 , 12576447 , 4K377 , 84128639 , 8-94382-106-0 , 4040378 , K040378HD , 4040377 , 4PK960 , 25-70959 , D1102-6963 , 4PK965 , 25-040378 , B3C7-15-909A , 30016435 , 4K378 , JK4-380 , 12569346 , B3C7-15-909C , 77.00.861.467 , 9153670380 , 12554028 , K040378 , PK040378 , 378K4 , 97713-33340 , 56992-PY3-0040 , 146-040960

Qty:
$21.98
Dayco Serpentine Belt  Air Conditioning and Tensioner
  • Product Attributes:
    • Cross Section: K-section
    • Effective Length:
      • 37.80
      • 960.12
    • Maximum Operating Temperature:
      • 100
      • 212
    • Minimum Operating Temperature:
      • -42.7
      • -45
    • Outside Circumference:
      • 38.46
      • 976.89
    • Rib Depth: Standard
    • Rib Profile: W Profile
    • Standards: Sae J1459, Sae J2432
    • Top Width: .54
Brand: Dayco
Position: Air Conditioning and Tensioner
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position Block Engine CID CC
2003 - Chevrolet Tahoe Air Conditioning and Tensioner V 8 Cyl 4.8L 294 -
Dayco
2009 Chevrolet Equinox Serpentine Belt - Main Drive 6 Cyl 3.6L Dayco

P311-082072B    5060930  New

D1102-7287 , K9306 , R522752 , 12569348 , JK6-936 , 12584310 , 1377761 , 17521-78J00 , 24505042 , 94DA-8620-AB , 10208364 , 12560402 , 12576451 , K060930 , 12559615 , 12569435 , 25-72362 , E5ZE-8620-BA , 146-062365 , 930K6 , E6SZ-8620-A , 6PK2360 , 94DA-8620-AA , 12654815 , 12637204 , JK6-934 , K060930HD , R515222 , 12578003 , PK060930 , 8-10115-839-0 , 6K0930 , E5LY-8620-A , E1ZE-8620-CA , 10115839 , 25-060930 , 25-060930HD , 6K930 , 4060930 , 25-76093 , 12557501 , 12569503 , E5AE-8620-GA

Qty:
$34.60
Dayco Serpentine Belt  Main Drive
  • Product Attributes:
    • Cross Section: K-section
    • Effective Length:
      • 2362.20
      • 93.00
    • Maximum Operating Temperature:
      • 100
      • 212
    • Minimum Operating Temperature:
      • -42.7
      • -45
    • Outside Circumference:
      • 2376.43
      • 93.56
    • Rib Depth: Standard
    • Rib Profile: W Profile
    • Standards: Sae J1459, Sae J2432
    • Top Width: .82
Brand: Dayco
Position: Main Drive
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position Block Engine CID CC
2009 - Chevrolet Equinox Main Drive V 6 Cyl 3.6L 217 3564
Dayco
2017 Chevrolet Colorado Serpentine Belt - Main Drive 4 Cyl 2.8L Dayco

P311-100C9C9    5060855  New

F8DE-8620-BA , 855K6 , 6PK2175 , 3640753 , F7DE-8620-BA , 97BB-6C301-AE , F8DE-8620-CB , 25-060854 , 4378309 , F7DZ-8620-BA , K060854 , LFJ5-15-909B , 1L2E-8620-AC , 3522675 , F8DE-8620-CC , 4060855 , 25-72171 , F8DZ-8620-CC , 1L2E-8620-AB , 3S4Q-6C301-BB , 6PK2170 , 6K854 , JK6-862AA , YF1E-8620-AA , 4L2Z-8620-EA , 4L2E-8620-EA , 12610786 , F7PZ-8620-AB , F8DZ-8620-CB , F8KZ-8620-BA , JK6-861-AA , PK060854 , 3S4Z-8620-BB , JK6-863AA , 1L2Z-8620-AB

Qty:
$36.39
Dayco Serpentine Belt  Main Drive
  • Serpentine Belt
  • Product Attributes:
    • Cross Section: K-section
    • Effective Length:
      • 2171.70
      • 85.50
    • Maximum Operating Temperature:
      • 100
      • 212
    • Minimum Operating Temperature:
      • -42.7
      • -45
    • Outside Circumference:
      • 2185.93
      • 86.06
    • Rib Depth: Standard
    • Rib Profile: W Profile
    • Standards: Sae J1459, Sae J2432
    • Top Width: .82
Brand: Dayco
Position: Main Drive
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position Block Engine CID CC
2017 - Chevrolet Colorado Main Drive L 4 Cyl 2.8L 171 -
Dayco
2000 Chevrolet Prizm Serpentine Belt - Main Drive Dayco

P311-178A6D3    5060740  New

25519488 , 90080-91136 , 90916-02547 , 96417304 , 6PK1880 , 740K6 , 4060741 , PK060739 , 4060740 , 25530594 , 078.903.137BJ , MN176973 , 90080-91136-B , 90080-91136-A , K060739 , K060739HD , 96183108 , 25-060739HD , 90080-91139 , 25-060739 , 6PK1882 , 96 183 108

Qty:
$28.95
Dayco Serpentine Belt  Main Drive
  • w/A.C.
  • Product Attributes:
    • Cross Section: K-section
    • Effective Length:
      • 1880.11
      • 74.02
    • Maximum Operating Temperature:
      • 100
      • 212
    • Minimum Operating Temperature:
      • -42.7
      • -45
    • Outside Circumference:
      • 1896.88
      • 74.68
    • Rib Depth: Standard
    • Rib Profile: W Profile
    • Standards: Sae J1459, Sae J2432
    • Top Width: .82
Brand: Dayco
Position: Main Drive
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
2000 - Chevrolet Prizm Main Drive
Dayco
2011 Chevrolet Camaro Serpentine Belt - Main Drive 8 Cyl 6.2L Dayco

P311-100C9C9    5060855  New

F8DE-8620-BA , 855K6 , 6PK2175 , 3640753 , F7DE-8620-BA , 97BB-6C301-AE , F8DE-8620-CB , 25-060854 , 4378309 , F7DZ-8620-BA , K060854 , LFJ5-15-909B , 1L2E-8620-AC , 3522675 , F8DE-8620-CC , 4060855 , 25-72171 , F8DZ-8620-CC , 1L2E-8620-AB , 3S4Q-6C301-BB , 6PK2170 , 6K854 , JK6-862AA , YF1E-8620-AA , 4L2Z-8620-EA , 4L2E-8620-EA , 12610786 , F7PZ-8620-AB , F8DZ-8620-CB , F8KZ-8620-BA , JK6-861-AA , PK060854 , 3S4Z-8620-BB , JK6-863AA , 1L2Z-8620-AB

Qty:
$36.39
Dayco Serpentine Belt  Main Drive
  • Product Attributes:
    • Cross Section: K-section
    • Effective Length:
      • 2171.70
      • 85.50
    • Maximum Operating Temperature:
      • 100
      • 212
    • Minimum Operating Temperature:
      • -42.7
      • -45
    • Outside Circumference:
      • 2185.93
      • 86.06
    • Rib Depth: Standard
    • Rib Profile: W Profile
    • Standards: Sae J1459, Sae J2432
    • Top Width: .82
Brand: Dayco
Position: Main Drive
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position Block Engine CID CC
2011 - Chevrolet Camaro Main Drive V 8 Cyl 6.2L 376 6162
Dayco
2002 Chevrolet Prizm Serpentine Belt - Main Drive Dayco

P311-178A6D3    5060740  New

25519488 , 90080-91136 , 90916-02547 , 96417304 , 6PK1880 , 740K6 , 4060741 , PK060739 , 4060740 , 25530594 , 078.903.137BJ , MN176973 , 90080-91136-B , 90080-91136-A , K060739 , K060739HD , 96183108 , 25-060739HD , 90080-91139 , 25-060739 , 6PK1882 , 96 183 108

Qty:
$28.95
Dayco Serpentine Belt  Main Drive
  • Product Attributes:
    • Cross Section: K-section
    • Effective Length:
      • 1880.11
      • 74.02
    • Maximum Operating Temperature:
      • 100
      • 212
    • Minimum Operating Temperature:
      • -42.7
      • -45
    • Outside Circumference:
      • 1896.88
      • 74.68
    • Rib Depth: Standard
    • Rib Profile: W Profile
    • Standards: Sae J1459, Sae J2432
    • Top Width: .82
Brand: Dayco
Position: Main Drive
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
2002 - Chevrolet Prizm Main Drive
Dayco
2011 Chevrolet Express 1500 Serpentine Belt - Main Drive 8 Cyl 5.3L Dayco

P311-082072B    5060930  New

D1102-7287 , K9306 , R522752 , 12569348 , JK6-936 , 12584310 , 1377761 , 17521-78J00 , 24505042 , 94DA-8620-AB , 10208364 , 12560402 , 12576451 , K060930 , 12559615 , 12569435 , 25-72362 , E5ZE-8620-BA , 146-062365 , 930K6 , E6SZ-8620-A , 6PK2360 , 94DA-8620-AA , 12654815 , 12637204 , JK6-934 , K060930HD , R515222 , 12578003 , PK060930 , 8-10115-839-0 , 6K0930 , E5LY-8620-A , E1ZE-8620-CA , 10115839 , 25-060930 , 25-060930HD , 6K930 , 4060930 , 25-76093 , 12557501 , 12569503 , E5AE-8620-GA

Qty:
$34.60
Dayco Serpentine Belt  Main Drive
  • w/125 Amp Alt.
  • Product Attributes:
    • Cross Section: K-section
    • Effective Length:
      • 2362.20
      • 93.00
    • Maximum Operating Temperature:
      • 100
      • 212
    • Minimum Operating Temperature:
      • -42.7
      • -45
    • Outside Circumference:
      • 2376.43
      • 93.56
    • Rib Depth: Standard
    • Rib Profile: W Profile
    • Standards: Sae J1459, Sae J2432
    • Top Width: .82
Brand: Dayco
Position: Main Drive
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position Block Engine CID CC
2011 - Chevrolet Express 1500 Main Drive V 8 Cyl 5.3L 325 5328
Dayco
2011 Chevrolet Express 3500 Serpentine Belt - Main Drive 8 Cyl 4.8L Dayco

P311-082072B    5060930  New

D1102-7287 , K9306 , R522752 , 12569348 , JK6-936 , 12584310 , 1377761 , 17521-78J00 , 24505042 , 94DA-8620-AB , 10208364 , 12560402 , 12576451 , K060930 , 12559615 , 12569435 , 25-72362 , E5ZE-8620-BA , 146-062365 , 930K6 , E6SZ-8620-A , 6PK2360 , 94DA-8620-AA , 12654815 , 12637204 , JK6-934 , K060930HD , R515222 , 12578003 , PK060930 , 8-10115-839-0 , 6K0930 , E5LY-8620-A , E1ZE-8620-CA , 10115839 , 25-060930 , 25-060930HD , 6K930 , 4060930 , 25-76093 , 12557501 , 12569503 , E5AE-8620-GA

Qty:
$34.60
Dayco Serpentine Belt  Main Drive
  • w/145 Amp Alt., w/A.C.
  • Product Attributes:
    • Cross Section: K-section
    • Effective Length:
      • 2362.20
      • 93.00
    • Maximum Operating Temperature:
      • 100
      • 212
    • Minimum Operating Temperature:
      • -42.7
      • -45
    • Outside Circumference:
      • 2376.43
      • 93.56
    • Rib Depth: Standard
    • Rib Profile: W Profile
    • Standards: Sae J1459, Sae J2432
    • Top Width: .82
Brand: Dayco
Position: Main Drive
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position Block Engine CID CC
2011 - Chevrolet Express 3500 Main Drive V 8 Cyl 4.8L 294 -
Dayco
2003 Chevrolet Tahoe Serpentine Belt - Main Drive 8 Cyl 4.8L Dayco

P311-082072B    5060930  New

D1102-7287 , K9306 , R522752 , 12569348 , JK6-936 , 12584310 , 1377761 , 17521-78J00 , 24505042 , 94DA-8620-AB , 10208364 , 12560402 , 12576451 , K060930 , 12559615 , 12569435 , 25-72362 , E5ZE-8620-BA , 146-062365 , 930K6 , E6SZ-8620-A , 6PK2360 , 94DA-8620-AA , 12654815 , 12637204 , JK6-934 , K060930HD , R515222 , 12578003 , PK060930 , 8-10115-839-0 , 6K0930 , E5LY-8620-A , E1ZE-8620-CA , 10115839 , 25-060930 , 25-060930HD , 6K930 , 4060930 , 25-76093 , 12557501 , 12569503 , E5AE-8620-GA

Qty:
$34.60
Dayco Serpentine Belt  Main Drive
  • w/145 Amp Alt.
  • Product Attributes:
    • Cross Section: K-section
    • Effective Length:
      • 2362.20
      • 93.00
    • Maximum Operating Temperature:
      • 100
      • 212
    • Minimum Operating Temperature:
      • -42.7
      • -45
    • Outside Circumference:
      • 2376.43
      • 93.56
    • Rib Depth: Standard
    • Rib Profile: W Profile
    • Standards: Sae J1459, Sae J2432
    • Top Width: .82
Brand: Dayco
Position: Main Drive
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position Block Engine CID CC
2003 - Chevrolet Tahoe Main Drive V 8 Cyl 4.8L 294 -
Dayco
2002 Chevrolet Tahoe Serpentine Belt - Main Drive 8 Cyl 4.8L Dayco

P311-082072B    5060930  New

D1102-7287 , K9306 , R522752 , 12569348 , JK6-936 , 12584310 , 1377761 , 17521-78J00 , 24505042 , 94DA-8620-AB , 10208364 , 12560402 , 12576451 , K060930 , 12559615 , 12569435 , 25-72362 , E5ZE-8620-BA , 146-062365 , 930K6 , E6SZ-8620-A , 6PK2360 , 94DA-8620-AA , 12654815 , 12637204 , JK6-934 , K060930HD , R515222 , 12578003 , PK060930 , 8-10115-839-0 , 6K0930 , E5LY-8620-A , E1ZE-8620-CA , 10115839 , 25-060930 , 25-060930HD , 6K930 , 4060930 , 25-76093 , 12557501 , 12569503 , E5AE-8620-GA

Qty:
$34.60
Dayco Serpentine Belt  Main Drive
  • w/130 Amp Alt.
  • Product Attributes:
    • Cross Section: K-section
    • Effective Length:
      • 2362.20
      • 93.00
    • Maximum Operating Temperature:
      • 100
      • 212
    • Minimum Operating Temperature:
      • -42.7
      • -45
    • Outside Circumference:
      • 2376.43
      • 93.56
    • Rib Depth: Standard
    • Rib Profile: W Profile
    • Standards: Sae J1459, Sae J2432
    • Top Width: .82
Brand: Dayco
Position: Main Drive
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position Block Engine CID CC
2002 - Chevrolet Tahoe Main Drive V 8 Cyl 4.8L 294 -
Dayco
2002 Chevrolet C3500HD Serpentine Belt - Main Drive 8 Cyl 8.1L Dayco

P311-082072B    5060930  New

D1102-7287 , K9306 , R522752 , 12569348 , JK6-936 , 12584310 , 1377761 , 17521-78J00 , 24505042 , 94DA-8620-AB , 10208364 , 12560402 , 12576451 , K060930 , 12559615 , 12569435 , 25-72362 , E5ZE-8620-BA , 146-062365 , 930K6 , E6SZ-8620-A , 6PK2360 , 94DA-8620-AA , 12654815 , 12637204 , JK6-934 , K060930HD , R515222 , 12578003 , PK060930 , 8-10115-839-0 , 6K0930 , E5LY-8620-A , E1ZE-8620-CA , 10115839 , 25-060930 , 25-060930HD , 6K930 , 4060930 , 25-76093 , 12557501 , 12569503 , E5AE-8620-GA

Qty:
$34.60
Dayco Serpentine Belt  Main Drive
  • w/o 130 Amp Alt., w/o A.C.
  • Product Attributes:
    • Cross Section: K-section
    • Effective Length:
      • 2362.20
      • 93.00
    • Maximum Operating Temperature:
      • 100
      • 212
    • Minimum Operating Temperature:
      • -42.7
      • -45
    • Outside Circumference:
      • 2376.43
      • 93.56
    • Rib Depth: Standard
    • Rib Profile: W Profile
    • Standards: Sae J1459, Sae J2432
    • Top Width: .82
Brand: Dayco
Position: Main Drive
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position Block Engine CID CC
2002 - Chevrolet C3500HD Main Drive V 8 Cyl 8.1L 496 -
Dayco
2005 Chevrolet Uplander Serpentine Belt - Main Drive 6 Cyl 3.5L Dayco

P311-418F209    5060885  New

JK6-893 , 12571918 , 6K886 , 146-062245 , 2C2E-8620-CC , 25-060886 , K060885 , 6E5Z-8620-C , JK6-891A , 3239593 , 6PK2250 , 90916-02230 , E3ZE-8620-AA , 14092308 , 887K6 , 2L58-E8620-AA , D1102-7283 , 25-72254 , 11720-6N200 , D1102-7279 , 11720-8J000 , 2C2Z-8620-CC , 6K885 , 141-1349 , 90916-02231-H , F77Z-8620-XA , 6E5Q-6C301-BB , 2C2E-8620-CB , 90916-02231 , 90080-91173 , 4060887 , 885K6 , K060886 , 90916-02583 , 53013298AA , 12568150BA , 6PK2247 , 4060885 , 2C2E-8620-CA , 2L5Z-8620-AA , 25-72239 , 90916-02463 , 90916-02231-J , L321-15-909B , 12570215 , LF9J-15-909A , 6PK2245

Qty:
$20.06
Dayco Serpentine Belt  Main Drive
  • 2nd Design
  • Product Attributes:
    • Cross Section: K-section
    • Effective Length:
      • 2249.94
      • 88.58
    • Maximum Operating Temperature:
      • 100
      • 212
    • Minimum Operating Temperature:
      • -42.7
      • -45
    • Outside Circumference:
      • 2266.70
      • 89.24
    • Rib Depth: Standard
    • Rib Profile: W Profile
    • Standards: Sae J1459, Sae J2432
    • Top Width: .82
Brand: Dayco
Position: Main Drive
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position Block Engine CID CC
2005 - Chevrolet Uplander Main Drive V 6 Cyl 3.5L 213 -
Dayco
2002 Chevrolet Suburban 2500 Serpentine Belt - Main Drive 8 Cyl 8.1L Dayco

P311-082072B    5060930  New

D1102-7287 , K9306 , R522752 , 12569348 , JK6-936 , 12584310 , 1377761 , 17521-78J00 , 24505042 , 94DA-8620-AB , 10208364 , 12560402 , 12576451 , K060930 , 12559615 , 12569435 , 25-72362 , E5ZE-8620-BA , 146-062365 , 930K6 , E6SZ-8620-A , 6PK2360 , 94DA-8620-AA , 12654815 , 12637204 , JK6-934 , K060930HD , R515222 , 12578003 , PK060930 , 8-10115-839-0 , 6K0930 , E5LY-8620-A , E1ZE-8620-CA , 10115839 , 25-060930 , 25-060930HD , 6K930 , 4060930 , 25-76093 , 12557501 , 12569503 , E5AE-8620-GA

Qty:
$34.60
Dayco Serpentine Belt  Main Drive
  • w/o A.C.
  • Product Attributes:
    • Cross Section: K-section
    • Effective Length:
      • 2362.20
      • 93.00
    • Maximum Operating Temperature:
      • 100
      • 212
    • Minimum Operating Temperature:
      • -42.7
      • -45
    • Outside Circumference:
      • 2376.43
      • 93.56
    • Rib Depth: Standard
    • Rib Profile: W Profile
    • Standards: Sae J1459, Sae J2432
    • Top Width: .82
Brand: Dayco
Position: Main Drive
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position Block Engine CID CC
2002 - Chevrolet Suburban 2500 Main Drive V 8 Cyl 8.1L 496 -
Dayco
2016 Chevrolet Express 4500 Serpentine Belt - Main Drive 8 Cyl 6.0L Dayco

P311-082072B    5060930  New

D1102-7287 , K9306 , R522752 , 12569348 , JK6-936 , 12584310 , 1377761 , 17521-78J00 , 24505042 , 94DA-8620-AB , 10208364 , 12560402 , 12576451 , K060930 , 12559615 , 12569435 , 25-72362 , E5ZE-8620-BA , 146-062365 , 930K6 , E6SZ-8620-A , 6PK2360 , 94DA-8620-AA , 12654815 , 12637204 , JK6-934 , K060930HD , R515222 , 12578003 , PK060930 , 8-10115-839-0 , 6K0930 , E5LY-8620-A , E1ZE-8620-CA , 10115839 , 25-060930 , 25-060930HD , 6K930 , 4060930 , 25-76093 , 12557501 , 12569503 , E5AE-8620-GA

Qty:
$34.60
Dayco Serpentine Belt  Main Drive
  • w/125 Amp Alt., w/A.C.
  • Product Attributes:
    • Cross Section: K-section
    • Effective Length:
      • 2362.20
      • 93.00
    • Maximum Operating Temperature:
      • 100
      • 212
    • Minimum Operating Temperature:
      • -42.7
      • -45
    • Outside Circumference:
      • 2376.43
      • 93.56
    • Rib Depth: Standard
    • Rib Profile: W Profile
    • Standards: Sae J1459, Sae J2432
    • Top Width: .82
Brand: Dayco
Position: Main Drive
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Fuel Type Engine VIN Position Block Engine CID CC
2016 - Chevrolet Express 4500 FLEX G Main Drive V 8 Cyl 6.0L 364 5967
Dayco
2017 Chevrolet Express 3500 Serpentine Belt - Main Drive 8 Cyl 4.8L Dayco

P311-082072B    5060930  New

D1102-7287 , K9306 , R522752 , 12569348 , JK6-936 , 12584310 , 1377761 , 17521-78J00 , 24505042 , 94DA-8620-AB , 10208364 , 12560402 , 12576451 , K060930 , 12559615 , 12569435 , 25-72362 , E5ZE-8620-BA , 146-062365 , 930K6 , E6SZ-8620-A , 6PK2360 , 94DA-8620-AA , 12654815 , 12637204 , JK6-934 , K060930HD , R515222 , 12578003 , PK060930 , 8-10115-839-0 , 6K0930 , E5LY-8620-A , E1ZE-8620-CA , 10115839 , 25-060930 , 25-060930HD , 6K930 , 4060930 , 25-76093 , 12557501 , 12569503 , E5AE-8620-GA

Qty:
$34.60
Dayco Serpentine Belt  Main Drive
  • w/220 Amp Alt.
  • Product Attributes:
    • Cross Section: K-section
    • Effective Length:
      • 2362.20
      • 93.00
    • Maximum Operating Temperature:
      • 100
      • 212
    • Minimum Operating Temperature:
      • -42.7
      • -45
    • Outside Circumference:
      • 2376.43
      • 93.56
    • Rib Depth: Standard
    • Rib Profile: W Profile
    • Standards: Sae J1459, Sae J2432
    • Top Width: .82
Brand: Dayco
Position: Main Drive
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position Block Engine CID CC
2017 - Chevrolet Express 3500 Main Drive V 8 Cyl 4.8L 294 -
Dayco
2006 Chevrolet Suburban 1500 Serpentine Belt - Main Drive 8 Cyl 5.3L Dayco

P311-082072B    5060930  New

D1102-7287 , K9306 , R522752 , 12569348 , JK6-936 , 12584310 , 1377761 , 17521-78J00 , 24505042 , 94DA-8620-AB , 10208364 , 12560402 , 12576451 , K060930 , 12559615 , 12569435 , 25-72362 , E5ZE-8620-BA , 146-062365 , 930K6 , E6SZ-8620-A , 6PK2360 , 94DA-8620-AA , 12654815 , 12637204 , JK6-934 , K060930HD , R515222 , 12578003 , PK060930 , 8-10115-839-0 , 6K0930 , E5LY-8620-A , E1ZE-8620-CA , 10115839 , 25-060930 , 25-060930HD , 6K930 , 4060930 , 25-76093 , 12557501 , 12569503 , E5AE-8620-GA

Qty:
$34.60
Dayco Serpentine Belt  Main Drive
  • w/145, 160 Amp Alt.
  • Product Attributes:
    • Cross Section: K-section
    • Effective Length:
      • 2362.20
      • 93.00
    • Maximum Operating Temperature:
      • 100
      • 212
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    • Outside Circumference:
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      • 93.56
    • Rib Depth: Standard
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      • 212
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      • -45
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      • 93.56
    • Rib Depth: Standard
    • Rib Profile: W Profile
    • Standards: Sae J1459, Sae J2432
    • Top Width: .82
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      • 93.56
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    • Rib Profile: W Profile
    • Standards: Sae J1459, Sae J2432
    • Top Width: .82
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Position: Main Drive
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Instructions on Replacing AC Evaporator Core on 98 Chevy Cavalier, Z24

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Question From jmwkk341 on Instructions on Replacing AC Evaporator Core on 98 Chevy Cavalier, Z24

I'm completely over-hauling the AC system on a:

1998
Chevrolet Cavalier Z24
2.4L
Mileage: 166,000 miles.

Background: The AC Compressor was on its way out so installed a new one and have replaced the Accumulator, Condenser, Evaporator Tube, Serpentine Belt and Belt Tenionser. I had no intention of bothering the Evaporator, but I butchered one of the aluminum evaporator line connections coming out of firewall that goes to the condenser.

I know that replacing the Evaporator is a big job that (presumably) involves alot of work removing instrument panels, etc.

I have not been able to find good step by step instructions on the web as to on how to replace the evaporator core, perhaps because it appears to require alot of work and effort to access the part in the first place.

This is my 1st post, so have mercy upon me.

Would appreciate any help!

Response From Hammer Time







Remove or Disconnect

  1. Negative battery cable.
  2. Recover refrigerant.
  3. Drain cooling system.
  4. Raise vehicle.
  5. heater hoses from heater core.
  6. Evaporator fittings from the evaporator and discard O-ring seals.
  7. Moisture drain tube from HVAC module.
  8. Lower vehicle.
  9. Instrument panel and console.
  10. Heater outlet cover and heater core cover.
  • There is a mounting screw located in a recess in the center of the cover.
    1. heater core mounting clamps and heater core.
    2. heater core shroud and evaporator core.
  • There is a mounting screw located at the middle of the front of dash.

  • Install or Connect

    1. Evaporator.

    Tighten
  • Screws to 1 Nm (9 lb in) .
    1. heater core should heater core and heater core mounting clamp.

    Tighten
  • Screw to 1 Nm (9 lb in) .
    1. Heater core cover and heater outlet cover.

    Tighten
  • Screws to 1 Nm (9 lb in) .
    1. Instrument panel and console.
    2. Raise vehicle.
    3. Moisture drain tube to the HVAC module.
    4. Evaporator fittings to evaporator using new O-ring seals lubricated in clean 525 viscosity refrigerant oil.

    Tighten
  • Fittings to 24 Nm (18 lb ft) .
    1. heater hoses to heater core.
    2. Lower vehicle.
    3. Fill cooling system and check for leaks.
    4. Evacuate and charge the A/C system.
    5. Negative battery cable.
    Tighten

    Response From jmwkk341 Top Rated Answer

    Thanks, Hammer Time!!!

    This undertaking looks daunting as hell.

    Taking on this job should be good therapy for my anal-retentive OCD nature.

    Not sure if I want to tackle this now or get back to rebuilding the carbs I have totally disassembled on my 1976 Yamaha XS650C.

    I'm having to fight the urge to remove that new compressor I just bolted up and slapping on a $60 Bypass Pulley and avoid the entire AC quagmire until warmer weather approaches in a few months,

    Response From Hammer Time

    You don't have to respond to posts separately. We all see every post.

    Response From Tom Greenleaf

    jmwkk341:

    Hammer just found the "daunting" task for you - way to go Hammer!

    Quick read - sorry, I'm way behind. Evaps in a CCOT (clutch cycling orifice tube) system like this car are not usually a problem spot alone. As said the dang alloys are like welded after even less years.

    No oil from old compressor could be normal the noise suggests it was trashed. Do your thing. Read charging procedures up top and I can or someone provide more if you are up to it like total system capacities or educated guesses for how much oil to use for what was replaced and it is guessing unless you start from completely flushed out empty. No dipstick for that and it's imperative to be close.

    Even I own one that when the time comes for a compressor hope I can catch it before a meltdown and when much newer started putting PB on those just in case so evap wouldn't be involved!

    Good luck. "Measure twice, Cut once" as they say

    T

    Response From jmwkk341

    Thanks Tom. I appreciate the offer of help.

    Going into this, I had absolutely NO intention of replacing the evaporator core due to its location. All connections came loose rather easily, but on that last disconnect I just did not take the care necessary to avoid twisting the damn tube coming out of the firewall. I should have used some PB Blaster and put a wrench on the hex connection to immobilize it while wrenching off the black nut on the AC Evap tube.

    BTW, I did have a local shop recover the R134a in the system prior to be tearing into it. Cost me $27.00.

    I have come across a couple Youtube videos on removal of the Cavy's dash/instrument panels and so forth in order to access and replace the factory radio, so I'm hoping that footage will be of some help.

    i do have some questions - I was not able to pour any oil out of the old Accumulator either. Is that unusual?

    When I get to the point of charging the system, how (or) will the lower ambient temps (even in my garage) affect pressure readings and charging conditions as compared to performing this work in warm or hot weather?

    Response From Tom Greenleaf

    OK - A chart and they can be totally wrong for a '98 Cavalier (say all engines) 24 ounces 134a and 9 oz. PAG 150 oil but that's from totally empty and I'm surprised that much. To get oil out of an accumulator drill a hole in the bottom but some is still held up for sure. Heat it if you wish for more. My guess is that plenty of oil settles in condenser but varies by car and designs.

    General: When/if a component is replaced you add how much you could dump out plus a couple for a system with that oil capacity IMO and it is subject to opinion and what happened. A blowout from a rock thru condenser may blow a lot of oil out or any sudden loss.

    Know that normally a plain vacuum pull and that's critical should not remove significant oil. If you don't have your own pump then rent one. Don't just count on a shop down the street as YOU want to see it hold steady and if good you can add thru high side into the vacuum engine off with liquid into that vacuum till it reads positive pressure so NO air gets in. Purge lines with a spit (just a spit) of new gas before hooking them up. Air is the enemy with its moisture.

    Done (retired) from this but still check out stuff live if asked. Hasn't been that hot here in a couple years for that long and the extremes seem to bring out the weak links/leaks in system faster with the higher pressures.

    Just to refresh and remind you once you have refrigerant and a gauge set or whatever you are using is to think hard what is pressure, what is known vacuum and what/where the pure gas is. Be fast but don't choke compressor when charging when all done if forcing compressor to run. Once some cooling at vents is happening the compressor should be getting some lube - critical.

    Hang in there,

    Tom

    Response From jmwkk341

    My new vacuum pump is a U.S. General Two Stage, 3 CFM, 1/3 HP unit that I bought from Harbor Freight.



    Response From Tom Greenleaf

    Great. Anything that can just pull a full vacuum is fine. Really expensive ones are just faster and those venturi ones can't pull the full 29.92 Hg at sea level adjust 1 Hg/1,000 ft. of elevation is ok



    Tom

    Response From Tom Greenleaf

    Instructions exist but I don't have specifics with step by step and at the age things may break doing the evap and it may not fit right as the original. Damage is done and too bad because depending on what was wrong with compressor you frequent aren't going to get that dang alloy stuff apart without damage to do the accumulator and yes most compressors will want a new one or give you a hard time for warranty.

    If nobody here has the specifics AllData.com will for I think $27.50 but that is unlikely to tell you or discuss a poor fit and it's hard to say depending on any complications. Not to discourage you but A/C is not very DIY friendly without some comprehensive know how or your work so far may be all in waste.

    1. What was wrong with the compressor?

    2. Did it leave debris and how did you guess at how much oil to use?

    That's just the tip of the iceberg and hope you bought a new compressor no a reman,

    T

    Response From jmwkk341

    Thanks, Tom.

    The old compressor had been making a shrill, high pitched metal on metal grinding noise when the clutch was engaged. Also, there was a fair amount of shiny metal shavings around the compressor.

    I was not able to drain ANY oil from the old compressor. Since I'm replacing all components (accumulator, condenser, evaporator and lines) with new ones, I believe the system will hold between 8-9 ounces. I put 3 ounces of PAG-150 into the compressor. I'll add the appropriate amounts of oil to the other components per the GM info that I have.

    I've never performed any AC work before, so this is definetly a crash-course that I have the luxury of taking my time with since this is not a primary or even secondary means of transportation.

    Thus far on this car, I have completely (and successfully) replaced the rear drum brakes, replaced the power steering pump & replaced the O2 sensors. Pretty routine work for most, but is work I've never done before. This is the first car I've had where totally botched self maintenance wont result in me being stranded w/o transportation.

    Yes I bought a new AC Delco Compressor.

    Thanks kindly for the reply.

    2003 Impala: interior lights won't go off

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    Question From stomko on 2003 Impala: interior lights won't go off

    2003
    Chevrolet
    Impala

    I took my car to a Firestone before I left for vacation. I got an oil change, tires filled and rotated, break fluid, reverse light fuse replaced and my serpentine belt replaced.
    That night on my way to the beach I noticed that the light on my rear view mirror was on and would not turn off. I had to jiggle the wires to get to go off, but it would just go back on a few min. later. Then the floor lights came on and would not go off. After turning the car off the lights stayed on for 15 min. before going off. I called the Firestone because I didn't have this problem before I brought the car in and was treated very rude by the guy on the phone.

    Is there any way I can fix this myself?

    Response From Hammer Time

    Before jumping to any conclusions, go around the car and open and close every door including the trunk. It sounds like you have a door ajar.

    Response From stomko Top Rated Answer

    All the doors and trunk have been opened and closed several times since the problem starting to happen, it's not a door ajar.

    I bought the car from the manager of the Firestone so that's why I have been bringing the car there for repairs but I am through with them. They didn't tell me why my reverse fuse blew, they just replaced it. At first they called me and said they didn't know why it didn't work and would have to run an electrical diagnostic, but when I picked up my car they said it was just a fuse. My car is also part of the recall that came out in April, so I need to take it to a dealer anyway and I'll see if they have any thoughts on the problems but the BCM seems to be the culprit.

    Response From Loren Champlain Sr

    stomko; I did a tune up on a car one day. The customer called back the next day because they had a flat tire. It was my fault because I was the last sucker to have worked on it. Stuff happens. I would not take my car to a tire shop to have it 'worked on'. That's like going to a 7-11 to have a cavity filled. What was the cause of the blown reverse lamp fuse? Fuses don't blow 'just for the heck of it'. Obviously, either the circuit was drawing more amperage than the value of the fuse, or there is a circuit issue.
    Now, I don't mean to sound like the Firestone guy, and in my area, they have a terrible reputation, but I would recommend that you find a reputable independent or dealer to diagnose and repair this. The interior lamps are controlled by the BCM (body control module), so it requires a bit more knowledge than a tire-buster.

    02 Chevy Cavalier overheating

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    Question From MarineVet05 on 02 Chevy Cavalier overheating

    First off let me say, Thank You in advance.

    2002
    Chevrolet
    Cavalier
    2.2 L
    56,000 miles

    I have a problem with overheating, last week I was driving home with the A/C on and the car just started to overheat (Never had problem before). Shut it down and towed home, changed the thermostat (180 Degree). Same problem, temperature just keeps climbing. Changed the water pump and serpentine belt. Same thing, Keeps overheating. Flushed the entire system out, Heater core, Radiator, Took the Reservoir tank off and flushed it, Hoses....anything I could find. Put all new 50/50 mix back in. Cycled it a few times and checked the level. Started driving it with the heater off car ran normal (195-200), turned the heater on and the temperature started to climb, 215, 220, 235... I turned the heater off and continued driving about 35-45 mph and the temperature dropped back down to 195-200. Now I don't have a full head of hair , But now I have even less from pulling it out. I have bounced this off several auto mechanic friends and they came up with I need a new reservoir pressure cap (Done), I need to burp the system (Done), Etc, Etc..... PLEASE HELP.
    Anything you guys can come up with will be appreciated. By the way this is the first posting for me here, and if i posted in the wrong section I apologize.

    Response From Sidom

    One this one considering every thing you've done I would probably confirm that it is actually overheating. Does it seem like it's getting hot, any obvious signs?

    If you have access to a scanner, compare what the computer is seeing to what is registering on the gauge. If not, use a temp gun around the T stat housing and see what kind of a reading you are getting..

    Response From Tom Greenleaf

    Put the OE thermostat back in asap! 180F is just as open as OE at 195F so that was a foolish move and confuses the car.

    Use an infrared thermo if needed to see where heat goes or doesn't,

    T

    Response From MarineVet05

    Tom, I looked this up in chilton's, and 180 is OE according to them. Also, I threw the old thermostat out. Can you explain what you mean by confusing the car? (UPDATE) ...I drove the car this morning for 30 minutes (outside temp 65) and the temp stayed around 195-198. Put the heat on and it started climbing to about 225 or so. Coolant level was perfect before test. Just checked it now that it's cooled down, still good. Oil level has not changed. Could it be a bad heater core? I really can't afford to keep changing parts without cause. I've read some of the responses on this site and you guys are very clever in your thoughts. I'm crossing my fingers for the "MAGIC" answer.

    Response From Hammer Time

    I'm not sure what your reading but this car takes a 195 thermostat.

    The electric fans don't even come on until 223 degrees. In slow traffic, 225 to 230 is acceptable and normal

    Response From Robz327

    All right guys Ive been dealing with same problem and have done a decent mount of research of the matter. This car from what i keep seeing likes to run @195. In my opinion as a machanic that just seems to high to be right. The thermo opens at 180 at that point the factory cooling system should be able to keep it at the mark. Things to check is the temp differeces between the upper and lower radiator hoses the top one should be hot and the bot slightly cooler as it takes in water from the rad at the bottom. Also check the temp of the radiator at first I had no heat on one side and absolutly no heat on the lower hose. I ran thro the whole system forced water through the entire system to ensure there was no blockage. After this I have noticed that my lower hose its now getting hot and the radiator dosent have any cold spots. Perhasps there was a clog somewhere I cant say for sure but now knowing my water is going through the system the damn car still runs at 195. It dont get into the 200s at all but My gut tells me that 195 isnt where the motor should be at. I continued doing research and only thing that makes sense is the head gasket leaking exhaust into the coolant as everyone is having the same concerns about the temp being @ 195 and I read a ton of times that people are replacing everything in the cooling system and still having the car sit at 195. If theres no lost of water its still posible to have the head leaking HOT exhaust into the water jackets of the motor rasing the temp as the factory didnt plan on having hot exhaust in there coolant. To check for this Im told to use a smoge snifer to check for hydrocarbons.

    I'm not sure what your reading but this car takes a 195 thermostat. (180 degree)

    The electric fans don't even come on until 223 degrees. (223 is WAY to high to be the turn on point for your fan needs to kick on round 180)


    In your personal case Id say your problem is the fan not turning on at 180 like it supposed to. Now my fan kicks on perfectly @180 and I know my cooling system is 100% and the dam car wont stay under 195 . the only two problem left would be extremely lean fuel mixture or the dam head gasket. Lean mixture should set a DTC and there should be a lose in performance which I dont feel at all. My personal opinion is that this motor has a bad designed head that commonly leaks exhaust into coolant OF corse a head gasket is not something you want to just go a replace as it cost $$$$$$$ if you dont do it yourself *******DONT REPLACE THE HEADGASKET UNLESS YOU HAVE HYDROCARBONS IN YOUR COOLANT AND DONT GUESS EITHER KNOW FOR SURE BEFORE YOU GO AND DO SUCH A REPAIR*******. BUT I feel its worth testing the coolant for hydrocarbons thats my next step in the process of keeping this 2.2L from running hot. Ill post the results of my hydrocarbon test soon as I do it

    Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

    This thread is 3 years old.
    Please read rules before posting.

    http://autoforums.carjunky.com/...ORE_POSTING_P123003/



    I would advise anyone reading this to ignore the previous post as it is full of incorrect information.

    Response From sarah_9

    Hello,


    When the cooling system of engine fail to absorb, transport and dissipate heat it cause overheating in engine, use high quality coolant, make sure that there is no external or internal leak in coolant,poor airflow through the radiator or defective radiator cap may also cause overheating, so check all these points properly, you may find your solution there.


    Regards,
    sarah_9


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    Response From Tom Greenleaf

    Crap! That's what AutoZones parts said!! WT hell do I know? If there's a mistake in all that it sure isn't helping the fix!

    Folks used 160s and 180s in boats TMK NOT cars!

    T??

    Response From Hammer Time

    You know, I'm finding that in the application catalogs too but I find it hard to believe. I don't think an 02 car can pass emissions with a 180

    Response From Hammer Time

    Cooling System Description and Operation

    Cooling Fan Control
    The engine cooling fan system consists of one cooling fan and one relay. The relay is powered by the battery positive voltage circuit and controlled by a switched ground from the powertrain control module (PCM) .
    During operation, the PCM supplies the ground path for the cooling fan relay through the cooling fan relay control circuit. This energizes the cooling fan relay coil, closes the relay contacts, and supplies battery positive voltage from the cooling fan fuse through the cooling fan motor supply voltage circuit to the cooling fan. The cooling fan motor is grounded through its own ground circuit.
    The PCM commands the fan on under the following conditions:

  • Engine coolant temperature exceeds approximately 106°C (223°F) .
  • A/C refrigerant pressure exceeds 1310 kPa (190 psi) .
  • A/C is requested and vehicle speed is below 100 km/h (62 MPH) with A/C pressure above 1413 kPa (205 PSI) .
  • Vehicle speed is less than 8 km/h (5 mph) for more than 750 seconds. The fan will turn off when vehicle speed is greater than 8 km/h (5 mph) for more than 20 seconds.

  • Response From Tom Greenleaf

    Show off! Good for you and nice find.

    This "Bud's" for you,



    T

    Response From Tom Greenleaf

    We crossed swords for a second there.

    VERIFY by VIN # if need be for correct temp. Trust me - it matters!

    T

    Response From MarineVet05

    Alright fellas, Newest update.. Drove it for the last 45-50 minutes. Temp was fluctuating between 197-225 with heat going and sitting still for 5-6 minutes(outside temp 71...Nice summer Chicago is having). Temp never went above 225. When driving about 40-50mph, temp stayed about 197-205. Maybe the flush treatment jarred something loose? Blockage worked it's way out? So I guess the question I have is, will driving the car within this temperature range be OK? Going to drive it to work tomorrow (about 32 miles), stop and go traffic.

    Response From Hammer Time

    Those temps are all normal. You haven't really tested it on a hot day though. you likely need a radiator.

    Response From MarineVet05

    Tom And Hammer, I just checked with Hanes repair guide and it backs-up Hammer's point of 195 degree for 2.2 OHV. But, it also says 180 for a 2.2L OHC. Now, when I went to Advanced Auto they asked for the 8th letter of the VIN which is a "4" which I was told means I have a 2.2L OHC which calls for a 180 thermostat. Now, I also must say that the car always ran about 195 (according to the dash gauge)before this happened. And, it's running about 195 now (without the heater running). In your opinion, do you guys think it will make a difference to switch this T-stat out to a 195? At this point I'll try just about anything.

    Response From Hammer Time

    I don't think it will fix your problem either way. If your not losing any coolant and it''s still overheats at highway speeds, it's probably a restricted radiator.

    Response From Tom Greenleaf

    / "Notes: 180 degrees Original equipment temperature. " ******************************** Egad! I stand corrected! 180 was OE and my fault entirely. Many for decades have been 192-195F and lowering that doesn't solve an overheat problem. If a car was designed for the higher temp it can think it's too cold and make wrong adjustments - not the case here. Now it's back to basics. Why did it overheat to begin with? From that you need know if all air is out - not just the recovery tank, and proceed with diagnostics for usuals like no fan or at worst a head gasket issue. Try to avoid replacing parts as a solution, both costly and screws up a diagnosis IMO. Can you feel heat blowing off radator? Also - can you verify if it's really overheating or just bad info?? Sorry for the mistake in OE temp spec., T

    Response From Hammer Time

    Have you checked the coolant level to determine if it's lost any coolant?