Dayco 5040335 | Serpentine Belt
Special Price $19.00 Regular Price $22.99
Estimated Ship Date: 1 Business Day or Less
Designed for high mileage multiple-accessory drivesthe Dayco® â€œWâ€ profile belt (patent pending) is the most innovative advancement in multi-rib belt design in over 25 years. Developed through extensive laboratory and actual road mileage testing, this unique rib profile has been specifically Dayco® engineered to conform to high mileage, worn or misaligned drives without a sacrifice in quiet, long-lasting performance. The "W" profile cut into the tip of each rib makes the tip more flexible and eliminates belt chirp when the belt enters a worn or misalligned pulley. Constructed with Aramid reinforced EPDM compounds, the Dayco® â€œWâ€ profile belt delivers more than OE required quality...it delivers the solution to troublesome drive problems. Dayco® Poly-Rib® Belts meet or exceed SAE J1459 and SAE J2432 specifications.
- POLY RIB BELT, DAYCO
|Material||EPDM, Aramid Reinforced|
|Maximum Operating Temperature||212|
|Maximum Operating Temperature||100|
|Minimum Operating Temperature||-42.7|
|Minimum Operating Temperature||-45|
|Rib Profile||Straight Rib|
|Standards||SAE J1459, SAE J2432|
- BMW: 1.727.378
- Renault: 77.00.709.649
- Bando: 4PK850
- Gates: K040336
- Subaru (cars): 73013-PA000
- Datsun/Nissan: 11720-J8000
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- Mazda: B61P-15-907A
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- CARQUEST: K040335
- ACDelco: 4K336
- Gates: K040335
- Driveworks: 335K4
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- Kia: MB3C7-15-907C
- Mitsubishi: 11720-V7302
- Mazda: B63H-15-908
- Porsche: 9188.8.131.52
- Bando: 3PK850
- Goodyear: 4040335
- Renault: 77.00.696.501
- Suzuki: 49180-50G10
- Carrier Transicold: 50-60330-00
- Toyota: 99364-10850
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- 1990-1991 Mazda Miata - Position: Air Conditioning
- w/o P.S.
- 2000-2002 Chrysler Neon - Position: Alternator
- 1991-1994 Mazda Miata - Position: Power Steering
- w/o A.C.
- 1999-2005 Mazda Miata - Position: Air Conditioning
- w/o P.S.
- 1990-1993 Toyota Celica - Position: Air Conditioning and Idler
- 1992-1997 Subaru SVX - Position: Air Conditioning and Idler
- 2000-2005 Dodge Neon - Position: Alternator
- 2002-2002 Kia Rio - Position: Power Steering
- w/o A.C.
- 2000-2001 Plymouth Neon - Position: Alternator
- 2001-2001 Audi A4 - Position: Air Conditioning and Tensioner
- 2005-2005 Volkswagen Passat - Position: Air Conditioning and Idler
- 1995-2001 Suzuki Swift - Position: Power Steering
- w/o A.C.
- 2004-2004 Volkswagen Passat - Position: Air Conditioning
- 1993-1997 Nissan Altima - Position: Air Conditioning and Idler
- 2001-2001 Audi A4 Quattro - Position: Air Conditioning and Idler
- 2001-2005 Volkswagen Passat - Position: Air Conditioning and Tensioner
- 2003-2005 Dodge SX 2.0 - Position: Alternator
- 1982-1982 Porsche 928 - Position: Alternator
- 1997-2000 Hyundai Tiburon - Position: Air Conditioning and Idler
- 1996-2000 Hyundai Elantra - Position: Air Conditioning and Idler
- 1993-1993 BMW 318is - Position: Air Conditioning and Idler
- 1993-1993 BMW 318i - Position: Air Conditioning and Idler
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- w/o P.S.
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.