1994 Ford E-Series Club Wagon 5.0/5.8L Serpentine Belt Diagram david | | Serpentine Belt Diagrams | 2 Comments Above is a diagram for replacing your serpentine belt for a 1994 Ford E-Series Club Wagon with a 5.0/5.8L engine Related Posts 2001–2006 Toyota Tundra 4.0L Serpentine Belt Diagram No Comments | Jun 25, 2014 1997-1998 Audi A6 2.8L Serpentine Belt Diagram No Comments | Jul 15, 2014 2006 Chevrolet Impala LTZ 3.9L Serpentine Belt Diagram No Comments | Dec 18, 2012 2003-2007 Nissan Murano V6 3.5L Serpentine Belt Diagrams No Comments | Jul 27, 2015 About The Author david 2 Comments La Mer Reply The mechanic replaced my 1994 Ford Escort water pump, timing belt (with Kit) and then added Serpentine belt Alternator for a car with power steering, a/c — my car is manual steering. Next is very cold and I have no heat in my car __ what is up? Do I need a thermostat, or more antifreeze? La Mer Reply Maybe I can guess (since I have not heard a peep from anyone in response to my question). I think either there is now an air pocket in the system or the required “constant flow” (created by a vacuum in the system if hoses and seals are tight) — maybe was breached by a sloppy re-attachment of the Core Heater Hose, after the >$600 water pump job. Maybe it is something like that or I just need to add antifreeze to the “Max” mark on the coolant reservoir container. I do not want to pay the same guys at the garage for diagnostics (they already offered to replace the thermostat to see if that was the problem) — a little too eagerly in my estimation — and since there was no problem with heater until the very day after the water pump and timing belt were replaced (!) I think they inadvertently caused the problem. Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment:*Name:* Email Address:* Website: Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.