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REpace alternator belt - 1996 Nissan Maxima

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If you mean serpentine belt, there is a tensioner pulley that keeps it tight. remember how it goes between everything for when you put the new one on. use the tensioner pulley to relieve the tension (it will move inward towards the engine) and while holding the pulley, slip the old belt off. then fit the new one around everything else before the tensioner pulley. then pull the tensioner pulley inwards again, slip the new belt over the tensioner pulley, then let it out slowly. make sure that all of the cogs on the belt are in the right place of the pulleys (if they arent, it will most likey slip into place when the engines starts but still might not want to chance it)

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