Question about Cars & Trucks
Look for a belt tenshoner pulley, on some they have a place to insert a hex hey or a standard bolt, use a wrachet with a long handle and push the tensioner down away from the belt because its on a loaded spring. while holding the tensioner down with one hand, slip the belt off the pulley. release the tensioner and slip of the belt. When putting on the new belt repeat the same steps; tensior pushed down, slip on the belt release tensioner
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