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Fto fitting alternator belt

I have the 2.0l gpx mivec and think i have a bigger problem i think that the pully is seized can u help me further with this thanks mrclubby

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  • mrclubby May 13, 2009

    thanks for info all fixed

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Loosen these 2 bolts in this order fto fitting alternator belt - 8a9e629.jpg once the 1st one is loose, loosen the 2nd one until the belt is loose enough to remove the belt(if its still on). then spin the alternator pulley by hand to see if it is seized up. its a good idea to check the tensioner pulley too.


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