Discussion in 'DIY - Do It Yourself Forum' started by Sketch o5, Nov 3, 2008.
haha nice. butt dyno always wins, haha
I'm in the process of removing the ac. Did ne of you pull fuses after the delete? I'm new on electrical but learn quick. I might have some trouble getting the new belt, ne 1 know where I could order on that fits? Thanks
no, but i remember looking before i did this, and i think if i wouldve taken out a fuse or whatever for it, something else wouldnt have worked, possibly the defrost option....or something else. idk, but you dont really need to remove anything electrical aside from unplugging some ****.
as i said...
...and here you go...
Good lookin out, I'm bout sick of the local auto parts shop, f***er said he only had grade 5 bolts, what a liar.
lol, i dont think a drive belt would be a hard thing to get really. you dont have to order it from TAS, i just posted that cuz thats where i got mine from. you could go to the dealer and get one there, or any auto parts store really. all you need to do is say is you need the alternator belt without a/c for a 2000 accord 4 cylinder. and if they ask what submodel tell them dx, since a/c was optional on those....that way you dont have to get into a conversation with some dumb old guy about why he thinks its a bad idea for you to be taking out your a/c, haha.
Yeah, I hear ya. Get's tiresome.
The a/c compressor weighs 16.6 lbs. Total of about 23 - 24lbs w/ ps pump included.
At least for an 00 accord, If you have an aem pulley on the alternator, a belt for a dx model without ac will not fit (if the alternator pulley is oversized) this one will fit- http://www.rockauto.com/dbphp/mfr,Dayco,Belt+Drive,8905,Serpentine+Belt
Edit: belt # 5060388
Possible for V6?
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