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V-Belts or Serpentine belt for my Cayenne S drive belt

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Hello everyone,

Nice to meet you all

I have a 2004 Cayenne S 4.5L. I read the tutorial how to change the drive belt. However, I don't know what is type of belt my 2004 Cayenne using? Is it V-belt or Serpentine belt?

It seems like my car using V-belt right now because I see the belt has 2 sides. Is it the correct belt I need for my Cayenne?

Thank you

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After going though PET and based on the info you posted 2004 Cayenne S 4.5L I am sure this is your part # 999-192-380-50. Please check the exploded view in the PDF if you don't think its a match please give me the VIN# and I will re post. attachicon.gif2004 Cayenne S 4.5L.pdf

Sorry, your parts list is very old (2004) - I would be very careful using those numbers without checking for updated part numbers.

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Hi Loren,

Thanks for the heads up I pulled it from PET 7.3 thinking it would not been superseded yet.

PET 7.3 is the latest "program".

The latest parts update is "322" and the latest price list is "73". (both July 2013)

Price lists are updated monthly and part list at least once per month and sometimes twice per month.

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  • 4 weeks later...

Maybe someone could help me with this:

Car came from service. I asked to change the drive belt. They did but i feel they maybe did something wrong.

First of all i have something like a wistling noice under acceleration. I feel its coming from engine.

Second when i inspect the belt visual, i feel its not sitting strong.

Can someone please tell my how i can check if the belt is sitting there strong enough. Thank you for your help

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