Hello. This is Durango Drive Belt Central. It is the place for you to find the drive belt that you need.
The drive belt on your Durango engine does many things: it runs the power steering pump, the compressor for the air conditioner, and the alternator. Some engines use just one belt to do these tasks, others have two.
Many manuals recommend inspecting your belt(s) every 12 months or 15,000 miles. When you or your mechanic make the inspection, look for things like streaks on the sidewall of the belt fraying; cracks; glazing, in other words a shiny area on the belt; separation (of the drive belt piles); breaks; and oil soaking.
Replace a separated, broken, frayed or cracked belt immediately. If you find streaks on the belt's sidewall or glazing on the top of the belt, this may mean that the belt is adjusted improperly. An oil-soaked belt means that there is an oil leak, possibly from the engine, transmission or the power steering fluid reservoir. Have your trust-worthy Durango mechanic track down and stop any leaking oil as soon as possible.
It's good to have a spare belt to prevent down time for your Durango. This is the place to buy because we have V-belts or serpentine belts, ribbed or not.
So, whether you have the Durango power-tech or magnum V6 or the power-tech, magnum or hemi V8, you can find your belt right here. Clicking on your model year begins your search. You relax while the store picks and ships your belt. It's so easy.
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