Question about Ford Thunderbird
You need to find the idler tension pully. This moves up and down with the aid of a large spring. Placing a large wrench on the nut in the middle of the tension pully, you will be able to move it up or down to release the belt and install it.
Posted on Nov 27, 2008
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