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Where is the adjustment to tighten serpentine belt

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    Fig. Fig. 6: Unfasten the retaining bolts...


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    Fig. Fig. 7: ... then remove the serpentine belt guard


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    Fig. Fig. 8: ...


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    Fig. Fig. 10: Serpentine drive belt routing-2.2L engine


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    Fig. Fig. 14: in. breaker bar to rotate the tensioner


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    Fig. Fig. 15: On the 3.4L, use a box end wrench, then rotate the tensioner clockwise and remove the serpentine belt

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