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Cant seem to tighten the fan belt or the onein front of it?

Tryed to tighten the bolts over the tencheners but it dident help.

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  • mikedjb Jan 08, 2009

    i have them on sure, when i tighten down on the tenchenes they dont seem to be moveing



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Are you sure you are putting the belt on right? there may be a pully ur missing that the belt has to go around.

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