Will a serpentine belt failure damage the engine on the 2001 Rodeo V6?

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Not usually but it can be an indication of a problem with one of the driven accessories.

A timing belt in many circumstances can indeed do damage if it breaks so replace it at the proper intervals.

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How do you take find out how to put on a serpentine belt for a 3.3L V6 if you dont have the diagram on the van anymore or the original belt?

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