How to Replace the Serpentine Belt in a Ford Focus?

Answer The Ford Focus generally has a dedicated drive belt, sometimes called the serpentine belt, that drives the alternator, power steering, and air conditioning compressor. Ford recommends checking this... Read More »

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How to Replace the Serpentine Belt on a 2001 Ford Focus?

The 2001 Ford Focus' engine is operated mainly by a large belt that runs criss-cross through its front section. This is known as the serpentine belt, due to its serpentine zigzag through the engine... Read More »

Ford Focus Serpentine Belt Removal?

Ford Motor Co. recommends the serpentine belt on a Ford Focus be inspected, and replaced if necessary, every 30,000 miles. While the belts last up to five times that long in the right conditions, i... Read More »

How to Change the Serpentine Belt on a 2000 Ford Focus?

The belt on the 2000 Ford Focus is designed to fit around all of the engine accessories at the same time. These accessories include the air-conditioner compressor, water pump, power-steering pump a... Read More »

How to Replace My Serpentine Belt Tensioner on a 2005 Focus?

The serpentine belt tensioner consists of a tensioner pulley, tensioner arm and spring-loaded hub. The purpose of the tensioner is to hold proper tension on the serpentine belt to prevent it from c... Read More »