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How do you change tensioner pulley on honda honda ridgeline

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As you can tell from the picture it isn't too easy to reach. So you'll want to go under the vehicle to get at it I think. Release tension on the belt by pulling on the tensioner pully, using the appropriate socket on the pullys' spindle bolt. Slip the belt off the tensioner and then remove the tensioner mounting bracket.

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