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Power steering belt size 91 vw jetta mk2 1.6l non turbo, no AC, only 3 pulleys.

Hi there. Our website provides basic automotive information and possible causes and sources of mechanical problems on cars, trucks and SUV’s sold in the United States. The best way for you to get the correct size of power steering belt for your 1991 VW is to contact a local auto parts store, or search online for the right OEM parts.

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Hello - power steering belt is 10x730mm

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