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Serpentine Belts

Since I recommended carrying a spare serpentine belt when you off road to prevent having a problem getting back home without one, I did some searching and thought I would post these details under maintenance. You can always find this information by searching on the Keyword "Serpentine Belts".

I found these at Rockauto.com. You can use whatever vendor you want but these are the correct parts numbers listed. At least for a 2007.

For the 4.7 both regular and flex fuel:

Serpentine belts
Dayco part # 5060865 $20.79
Gates part # K060868 $26.89
A/C Delco # 6K868 $32.79

Tensioner pulley
Dayco part # 89254FN $45.79
Gates part # 38167 $42.89
A/C Delco # 38167 $51.79

Idler pulley
Gates part # 38001 $16.82
A/C Delco # 38001 $20.79

5.7 Hemi has a different belt and pulleys

Serpentine Belt 13/16 inch X 82 1/2 inch

Dayco part # K060820 $22.79
Gates part # 5060820 $24.89
A/C Delco # 6K820 $27.79

Tensioner pulley
Dayco part # 89377 $39.79
Gates part # 38323 $41.79
A/C Delco # 38323 $47.79

Idler pulley
Dayco part # 89133 $21.79
Gates part # 38018 $8.73
A/C Delco # 38018 $10.50

Gates and A/C Delco seem to share parts numbers.

I am only posting this information to give you the data that I looked up. Make sure that you get the correct belt.

2007 Jeep Green Limited 4.7 Flex Fuel, RR 2.5" 4 inch Superlift coils on rear, 1.5" Spacers, Bridgestone 265/70/17, K&N CAI, Flowmaster, Diamond Plate Locking Trunk, Blue Ox Baseplate w/D-rings, "Get Lost 4X4" Front Bumper, T-Max 9000 winch, "Get Lost rear tire carrier, 30 gal second gas tank.
Second 2007 Jeep Green Limited Leather HEMI QDII VES Uconnect Flowmaster OEM Skids Tow Package

Maybe the two will meet up soon edit: they did , I now have 2,now gave 1 away...and got it back again.
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If one of these broke on the trail, how hard - and what tools - would we need to fix it?

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If it is like my Mustang serpentine belt you just use a lever to put tension on the tensioner pulley and slip the belt off remembering all the pulleys and directions that it takes. Putting on a new one would be the reverse. The only tool that you should need would be a bar of some kind, (like a lug wrench from your jack. At the worst you might have to use a wrench to remove the tensioner pulley. It should be easy. Maybe Jon (a49er) could look up the procedure in his "Grand Poobah set of service manuals and let us know.

I change my serpentine belt at the race on the Mustang in about 10 seconds. I use a short belt to bypass the power steering and other pulleys for a little more horsepower for drag racing. It is also less sensitive to steer at high speed at the end of the track.

2007 Jeep Green Limited 4.7 Flex Fuel, RR 2.5" 4 inch Superlift coils on rear, 1.5" Spacers, Bridgestone 265/70/17, K&N CAI, Flowmaster, Diamond Plate Locking Trunk, Blue Ox Baseplate w/D-rings, "Get Lost 4X4" Front Bumper, T-Max 9000 winch, "Get Lost rear tire carrier, 30 gal second gas tank.
Second 2007 Jeep Green Limited Leather HEMI QDII VES Uconnect Flowmaster OEM Skids Tow Package

Maybe the two will meet up soon edit: they did , I now have 2,now gave 1 away...and got it back again.

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thats a part i never think about changing. i have over 60K on the clock. i guess i should get one someday.
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thats a part i never think about changing. i have over 60K on the clock. i guess i should get one someday.
Yeah,
With 60 rounds that would be money well spent.
I always repackage the removed belt and keep it in the car.
A bit of peace of mind thing.

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The Belt is part of the expensive 30K service. Just remember to ask the service department to save the old one for your emergency kit.

2007 Jeep Green Limited 4.7 Flex Fuel, RR 2.5" 4 inch Superlift coils on rear, 1.5" Spacers, Bridgestone 265/70/17, K&N CAI, Flowmaster, Diamond Plate Locking Trunk, Blue Ox Baseplate w/D-rings, "Get Lost 4X4" Front Bumper, T-Max 9000 winch, "Get Lost rear tire carrier, 30 gal second gas tank.
Second 2007 Jeep Green Limited Leather HEMI QDII VES Uconnect Flowmaster OEM Skids Tow Package

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well, its not dry rotted and cracking yet. it still looks pretty good. but i'll pick one up soon.
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