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How do you change a V-belt on a 1990 Chev pick up?


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2007-06-27 14:04:24
2007-06-27 14:04:24

All you do is take the tension off the tension pulley. Make sure you know the routing of the belt. Take the old belt off. Then put the new belt on. There should be a sticker near the radiator that shows the routing of the belt. If not find a repair manual and look it up.


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