ACDelco 4K360 | Serpentine Belt

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Serpentine Belt

Fits: 86-90 Acura Legend, 86-89 Honda Accord, 87-88 Sterling 825, 89-90 Dodge Colt, 89-90 Eagle Summit, 89 Mitsubishi Mirage, 89-90 Nissan 240SX, 89-94 Nissan Sentra, 89-91 Nissan Tsuru, 89-90 Plymouth Colt, 89-91 Sterling 827, 90 Dodge 2000 GTX, 90 GMC Tracker, 91-92 Mitsubishi Mirage, 90 Suzuki Sidekick, 94 Nissan Tsuru, 92-93 Hyundai Elantra, 92-95 Mazda MX-3, 92-93 Mitsubishi Galant, 93-97 Ford Probe, 93 Nissan NX, 95 Mazda 929, 97-99 Toyota Paseo, 98-02 Mazda 626, 98-99 Toyota Tercel, 99-01 Acura Integra, 99-00 Mazda Millenia, 99-03 Mazda Protege, 00-08 Nissan Urvan, 00-05 Toyota Echo, 02-03 Mazda Protege5, 04-16 Toyota Yaris, 07-08 Toyota Avanza, 16 Toyota Yaris R

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ACDelco Professional, premium aftermarket V-Ribbed Advanced Technology Belts serve as replacement belts for accessory belt drive systems (ABDS) and other serpentine belt applications. They are designed using advanced manufacturing technology and premium EPDM rubber construction to provide customers with superior accessory belt drive systems (ABDS) and new-vehicle-type performance. These premium aftermarket replacement v-ribbed advanced technology belts are manufactured to meet your expectations for fit, form, and function.



  • Able to operate and accept misalignment in the accessory belt drive systems (ABDS) far greater than other serpentine belts
  • Is the belt of choice by professional technicians, lasting 50% to 60% longer than retail belts (low priced belts sold at car part stores)
  • Its flexible construction allows the belt to withstand billions of topside and backside bends resulting in a long belt life
  • Its precision dimension control of rib profile transmits load efficiently throughout the accessory belt drive systems (ABDS) allowing components to operate at optimum levels
  • Made with temperature and crack resistant EPDM rubber for a long life and quiet, dependable performance
  • Manufactured using quality materials to help provide long life, minimize noise, reduce loss of tension, and solve problem applications


FAQ - A1Yes, this may be indicative of an alignment issue or a failed tensioner.
FAQ - A2Yes, you may lose your power steering or stall out. Your car is not drivable when your drive belt fails.
FAQ - A3Yes, the leading causes of belt failure are improper tension and misaligned pulleys. Both these conditions cause excessive heat which leads to belt failure. Have your belts checked every 3,000 miles for belt wear, proper tension, and pulley alignment.
FAQ - A4No, when the belt backing has been torn or cracked, the belt should be replaced.
FAQ - A5No, use the belt in the way it's listed in the ACDelco belts and hoses catalog.
FAQ - A6No, remember the leading cause of belt failure is improper tension and misaligned pulleys. Improper tension will cause the belt to slip and you may notice a loss of performance from the air conditioning system as well as increased heat under the hood. High heat can lead to premature accessory failure.
FAQ - Q1Could an automotive belt tear during use?
FAQ - Q2Will I know immediately if an automotive belt tears?
FAQ - Q3Are there steps I can take to ensure a longer automotive belt life?
FAQ - Q4Is there a way to repair a torn automotive belt?
FAQ - Q5Can I use the same automotive belt for multiple uses?
FAQ - Q6Will a worn automotive belt affect gas mileage?
Good Maintenance Practices - S1 B1Do not use belt dressings to stop belt slippage or noise. These are oil based and may cause belt deterioration.
Good Maintenance Practices - S1 B2Never twist a belt more than 90 degrees during inspection. This may damage the tensile cords and cause premature failure.
Good Maintenance Practices - S1 B3Replace serpentine belts every 60,000 - 100,000 miles. Check vehicle's owner's manual.
Good Maintenance Practices - S1 B4Replace V-belts after 3 to 4 years, or every 36,000 to 48,000 miles.
Good Maintenance Practices - S1 B5Use an approved tension gauge to check belt tension.
Good Maintenance Practices - S1 B6Check for proper belt tension after 500 to 1,000 miles following belt installation. Recheck often, at least twice a year or every 6,000 miles.
Marketing Statement - Product LineBuilt to meet the latest demands, ACDelco's Belts and Hoses line includes automotive belts and hoses, tensioners, pulleys, and kits. ACDelco offers a wide variety of Professional premium, aftermarket parts, and a select offering of GM Original Equipment Belts that fit a variety of vehicles on the road today.
Marketing Statement - Sub BrandWhen it comes to replacing your Belts, ACDelco offers a full line of Professional, premium aftermarket Belt products. To help make part replacement simple and precise, ACDelco also offers pulleys, tensioners, and kits. ACDelco Professional, premium aftermarket belts fit both GM and Non GM vehicles.
Measurements9/16 in x 36 3/4 in
Mkt_State_Warranty_CALimited Lifetime Warranty as long as original purchaser still owns vehicle (Parts Only).
Mkt_State_Warranty_USLimited Lifetime as long as original purchaser owns vehicle. (Parts Only)
Signs of Wear & Troubleshooting - S1 B1Rubber Loss: (most common belt wear) a belt wear gauge measures rubber loss, which can result in reduced power transfer from the crank to the accessories.
Signs of Wear & Troubleshooting - S1 B2Glazing: shiny spots can indicate a slipping belt that isn't properly transferring power to accessories.
Signs of Wear & Troubleshooting - S1 B3Pilling: worn rubber can fill in grooves and cause noise, heat, vibration, and excessive wear.
Signs of Wear & Troubleshooting - S1 B4Abrasion: wear along the side could indicate misalignment due to a failed tensioner.
Signs of Wear & Troubleshooting - S1 B5Cracking: older neoprene belts crack as they near the end of their life cycle and often need to be replaced.
Signs of Wear & Troubleshooting - S1 B6Engine stops or backfires.
Signs of Wear & Troubleshooting - S1 B7The belt is producing a squealing noise.
Signs of Wear & Troubleshooting - S1 B8Headlights dim while driving.
Signs of Wear & Troubleshooting - S1 B9Loss of battery charge.



  • 1989-1994 Nissan Sentra - Position: Water Pump and Alternator
  • 1993-1993 Nissan NX - Position: Water Pump and Alternator
  • 1989-1990 Plymouth Colt - Position: Air Conditioning
  • 1989-1990 Eagle Summit - Position: Air Conditioning
  • 1998-2002 Mazda 626 - Position: Power Steering and Water Pump
  • 1999-2000 Mazda Millenia - Position: Power Steering and Water Pump
  • 1989-1990 Nissan 240SX - Position: Air Conditioning
  • 2016-2016 Toyota Yaris R - Position: Alternator and Water Pump
    • W/O A.C.
  • 1989-1991 Nissan Tsuru - Position: Water Pump and Alternator
  • 1992-1993 Mitsubishi Galant - Position: Air Conditioning
  • 1990-1990 Dodge 2000 GTX - Position: Air Conditioning
  • 1990-1990 Suzuki Sidekick - Position: Air Conditioning and Power Steering
  • 1999-2001 Acura Integra - Position: Power Steering
  • 2007-2008 Toyota Avanza - Position: Alternator and Water Pump
    • W/O A.C.
  • 2001-2002 Mazda 626 - Position: Water Pump and Alternator
  • 2002-2003 Mazda Protege5 - Position: Water Pump and Alternator
  • 1994-1994 Nissan Tsuru - Position: Water Pump and Alternator
  • 1995-1995 Mazda 929 - Position: Power Steering
  • 2004-2005 Toyota Yaris - Position: Alternator
    • W/O A.C.
  • 2006-2016 Toyota Yaris - Position: Alternator and Water Pump
    • W/O A.C.
  • 1989-1990 Dodge Colt - Position: Air Conditioning
  • 2000-2002 Toyota Echo
    • W/O A.C.
  • 1999-1999 Mazda Protege - Position: Alternator
  • 1998-1999 Toyota Tercel - Position: Power Steering
    • W/O A.C.
  • 1989-1991 Sterling 827 - Position: Air Conditioning
  • 1999-1999 Mazda 626 - Position: Water Pump and Alternator
    • Eng. Designation FSJ
  • 2000-2003 Mazda Protege - Position: Water Pump and Alternator
  • 1992-1995 Mazda MX-3 - Position: Power Steering and Water Pump
  • 2003-2005 Toyota Echo - Position: Alternator and Water Pump
    • W/O A.C.
  • 1986-1989 Honda Accord - Position: Air Conditioning
    • W/Nippondenso A.C. Compr.
  • 1992-1993 Hyundai Elantra - Position: Air Conditioning
  • 1997-1999 Toyota Paseo - Position: Power Steering
    • W/O A.C.
  • 2000-2008 Nissan Urvan - Position: Alternator
  • 1987-1988 Sterling 825 - Position: Air Conditioning
  • 1990-1990 GMC Tracker - Position: Air Conditioning
  • 1989-1989 Mitsubishi Mirage - Position: Air Conditioning
  • 1986-1990 Acura Legend - Position: Air Conditioning
  • 1993-1997 Ford Probe - Position: Water Pump and Alternator
  • 1999-1999 Mazda 626 - Position: Water Pump and Alternator
  • 1991-1992 Mitsubishi Mirage - Position: Air Conditioning
Customer Questions
Does AC Delco make Ford parts?
No, AC Delco produces parts primarily for General Motors vehicles and does not make parts specifically for Ford vehicles.
Can I use AC Delco parts to replace OEM parts?
Yes, in most cases AC Delco parts can be used as a replacement for OEM parts. However, it's important to ensure that the parts are compatible with your specific make and model of vehicle.
What AC Delco oil filter do I need?
AC Delco offers a variety of oil filters that are compatible with different makes and models of vehicles. To determine which AC Delco oil filter you need, consult your vehicle's owner's manual or use our online filter lookup tool that matches the make, model, and year of your vehicle.
Can a serpentine belt cause smoke?
Yes, a serpentine belt can cause smoke. A serpentine belt is an essential component of a vehicle's engine system. It drives various accessories such as the alternator, power steering pump, water pump, and air conditioning compressor. If the serpentine belt becomes worn, damaged, or misaligned, it can cause friction and generate smoke.
Why is my serpentine belt squealing?
The serpentine belt can squeal due to various reasons, including tension issues, worn-out belt, or a problem with the belt's pulleys.
Is my serpentine belt too tight?
If your serpentine belt is causing issues like excessive noise or accelerated wear on the pulleys, it may indicate that the belt is too tight.
Why did my serpentine belt come off?
Serpentine belts can come off due to factors such as belt wear, improper tension, misaligned pulleys, or a faulty tensioner.
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