Driving in Snow May Force Serpentine Belt off Pulleys on Dodge Shadow

When driving through deep snow the serpentine belt may be forced off the pulleys. If pulley alignment is found to be OK a shield is available to prevent snow from coming in contact with the belt.

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Average mileage: 110,000 (110,000–110,000)
Engine affected: 3.0L V6
3 model years affected: 1992, 1993, 1994
4 people reported this problem
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1994 Dodge Shadow- 3.0L V6110,000
Same issue, has happened to me a couple of times. Not sure if related, but my tensioner is out of alignment and I need a new one. May have been a cause of ice/snow.
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