How to Change Drive Belts on a 1998 Eclipse?

Answer The Mitsubishi Eclipse uses one belt to run the alternator, A/C pump and power steering pump. This is commonly called a serpentine belt because it snakes around the pulley system in the car. Mitsub... Read More »

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How to Adjust the Drive Belts on a 1998 Neon?

The 1998 Dodge Neon model cars come equipped with two different drive belts. The front drive belt operates the alternator and the air-conditioner pump. The second belt operates the power-steering p... Read More »

How to Change the Starter in a 1998 Eclipse GSX?

Mitsubishi's introduction to U.S. buyers came with a bit of a thud, as its first vehicle on American soil was the unexciting Dodge Colt -- a rebadged Mitsubishi Colt. Mitsubishi's presence in Ameri... Read More »

How to Change Engine Drive Belts?

You should change your engine's drive belts at least once a year. If you hear a high-pitched whine when running the engine, then your car is trying to tell you that you need the belts changed now. ... Read More »

How to Change Drive Belts on a 1994 3.0?

The 1994 3.0-liter engine on the Plymouth Voyager, Dodge Caravan and the Chrysler Town and Country all use one drive belt to run the engine's alternator, AC compressor, water pump, crankshaft pulle... Read More »