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How do you replace a drive belt for a 2002 camaro 3.8 liter?


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2007-12-13 09:33:33
2007-12-13 09:33:33

go to NAPA Auto Parts and get the proper size belt. Get a ratchet with a socket that fits the tensioner along the drive belt path. It's the pulley that looks like it's just sitting there, not doing anything. Put the socket on it. Either pull or push. Whatever way works, it will relieve tension on the belt as long as you have it pushed down. You can pull the belt off. Put the new belt on around everything but the tensioner. Make sure the routing is correct! There's a sticker by your radiator that should have a diagram. push the tensioner down and slide the belt onto it. It may not be easy. And if you can, get your belt from NAPA Auto Parts. They have high quality belts there that won't stretch. It may cost you like 25 bucks, though. It's well worth it.

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