The 2.4 came with or without AC, you would need the non-AC belt and the non-AC tension-er pulley. On the AC equipped vehicles the tension-er rides on the rear of the belt. On the non-AC versions the tension-er rides inside on the ribs. Two different parts. You will likely need to move the AC compressor out of the way as well.
Belts - K series, 5 rib, 17MM wide, 43.4 outside diameter.
Dayco 5050430, Continental 4050429, ACDelco 5K429, Gates K050429
The tension-er pulley does not seem to be listed.
If the issue is the pulley bearing on the compressor and not the compressor itself, you may be able to change just the bearing, although a replacement compressor is not all that expensive.
Wednesday, November 21st, 2018 AT 7:49 PM