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How to put a belt back on a 1989 buick centry v6?

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2005-11-21 20:40:35
2005-11-21 20:40:35

Take a large ratchet or breaker bar and insert it into the square hole on the spring loaded belt tensioner;(it has a free-wheeling pulley on it) place tension against it and you will be able to install the belt. I hope this helps you. Mark

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