Question about 1999 Pontiac Montana
The belt is broke need to know how to put on a new belt
You put a 3/8" ratchet in the tensioner arm. Looking at the side of the engine to the passenger side of the van, the tensioner is at the top of the engine towards the back. Twist the tensioner to allow the old belt to be removed, Install the new belt following the same path. There should be a sticker on the belt guard by the power steering pump. The belt will fit smoothly on all the pulleys. Pay attentions as some pulleys have the belt groves facing in, some have the belt groves facing out.
IMPORTANT - When you do this, put all the keys for the car in your pocket so no one can try to start it.
Posted on Nov 01, 2012
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