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This is a discussion on Serpentine belt within the External Engine forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; So i just purchased a new Serpentine belt from autopartswarehouse.com and it is NOT the right belt. Does anyone have ...

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    So i just purchased a new Serpentine belt from autopartswarehouse.com and it is NOT the right belt. Does anyone have a part number for a serpentine belt??

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    Any local autoparts store will have them, and you wont have to pay shipping.

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    I'd say the best way to get the right size belt would be to take the old one in the an auto parts store. They can compare it to various belts and get you the right one for you needs. Good luck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Smittro View Post
    I'd say the best way to get the right size belt would be to take the old one in the an auto parts store. They can compare it to various belts and get you the right one for you needs. Good luck.
    Yep!

    Make sure to measure the old one with new one if possible.

    Ive got home with the incorrect belt sizes before on many of occasions

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    get a gm belt from the dealer. had a chirp, replaced with aftermarket[napa], still had a chirp, replaced with oem, no chirp. and they will give you the right one.

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    Take the one that fits get a ride to the store and have them match it up.

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