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here is a link to the tensioner pulley (pulley diagram #5 pulley)

. Looking from the passenger side, it is the middle pulley from the right side. It is a 13mm wrench or socket, and it is turned toward the rear of the motor to loosen. You will probably need a second person to align the belt from the top of the motor while you loosen it from beneath. There is not much room for a socket, so i found it easier to use a small breaker bar or long handled wrench. Good luck

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