AC Compressor Bypass

Asked by hogglife_1091 Nov 02, 2018 at 11:41 AM about the 2007 Honda Accord EX

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a 2007 Honda Accord Ex & I'm
trying to bypass the ac compressor
with the serpentine belt but I don't
know what size I need & the width of
the belt

6 Answers

10

Hi, just wondering if you found the fix for this, had come across another post that referenced a 55.51” belt that we just tried and was too short...next step is using a string as some I’ve seen suggested. Thought I’d check first though.

10

Hi, found the fix for this from a comment someone had left from the previous post we had found. There original belt was a 840k6 and they used a 711k6 to bypass, cross refferenced with the suppliers in my area to a dayco 5060710, or continental 4060710, picked one up, and it fit beautifully. Bypass worked great and I’m back up and running.

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10

I used this belt on my 2007 Honda Accord and it works great.

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I also managed to do this successfully. 2003 Accord EX V6. My car was stranded at Walmart for a week, and this tip bailed me out. Thanks! I've found these belt numbers also work: K060710 6K710

What belt number would be good for a 2009 accord 4 cylinder? Is it the same to use the 2007 number you posted?

Does the same apply for a 99 Accord Ex?

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