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How do you replace the engine accessory belt?

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2005-09-23 02:25:20
2005-09-23 02:25:20

Put a wrench or socket/ratchet on the big nut that holds the TENSION IDLER WHEEL in place. Pull upwards, to the left. The idler wheel will move upward allowing you to slide the serpentine belt from it. Slowly release the tensioner. Remove the belt completely.

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