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How do you change the serpentine belt on a 95 Pontiac Bonneville without supercharger?

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2015-07-15 21:26:59
2015-07-15 21:26:59

I just picked-up a 1998 Bonny, I think it is pretty much the same thing. Bad news. This should be a very simple job, Pontiac on my 98 felt the need to have me lift the motor just to get the belt off. That is just plain evil!

For future knowledge, this also seems to be the case with my 1995 Olds 98 regency.... this is completely assanine.... Looks like GM makes it extremely difficult for the DIYer to DIY.... :(

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