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How do you change alternator belt on a 1998 Mazda 626?

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2013-07-15 22:06:13
2013-07-15 22:06:13

To change the alternator belt on a 1998 Mazda 626 you need to first loosen the bolt that is located in the center of the adjustment pulley. Next, turn the adjustment bolt to the left until the belt is loose and can be removed. Reverse the steps to replace with the new belt.

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