Question about 1998 Isuzu Rodeo
No diagram and no instructions on how to work the tensioner. HELP!!!
I believe that you need a 14MM or 15 MM wrench a long one would be the best since the spring is hard to move. There should be a nut on the tensioner pully #6 on the picture below. This is where you need to move the tensioner with one hand and pull the belt off with the other. It might be easier with 2 people. Remember the belt routing it will help when installing the new belt. Good luck.
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