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Answered 2009-07-28 18:03:22

You can buy the belt at any auto surplus store for around $20 or less. Look at the dimensions under the hood to see what you are doing. Locate a long screw you can get to under the hood. (Need assistance) have somebody else tap the screw from under the car to loosen the pulley. Switch belts and screw back into place and you are set!


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