I will tell you if the belt is broke already, it could need a lot more than the belt! If you havnt done one of these, it's not for the occasional fix it guy. If your belt is still intact, have a mechanic replace it. If you are determined to give it a go, check the link at the bottom of my answer, you will need the manual to try to do it right!
Saturday, January 12th, 2008 AT 4:35 PM