The cooling system needs a belt to power it. In some engines, the serpentine belt powers it. In other engines, the fan belt powers it.
If the serpentine belt is not powering the alternator, then the engine has an alternator belt. It’s a small belt that powers only the alternator.
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If you look at the front of the engine under the timing cover, you’ll find a tooth belt in some cases (although in most current vehicles, this belt is replaced by a chain). It’s attached to the crankshaft and camshaft via several pulleys. Also called a gilmer drive belt many years ago, the timing belt has two jobs. It powers the engine’s camshaft and keeps it exactly in sync with the crankshaft. This ensures that the valves open and close at the right time. That’s why it’s called a timing belt. It times the valvetrain.
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ALL THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF BELTS IN A TYPICAL ENGINE
Belts are simple parts, but they play an important role in the operation of the engine. To put it simply, a belt powers a part (or a set of parts) within the engine.
Your engine has several belts. The number of belts your engine has depends on:
Let’s talk about some of the most common belts found in engines.
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