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Serpentine belt replacement

How to change the serpentine belt on a 2005 kia sedona v6 engine

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  • birdman018 May 03, 2009

    my 2005 kia sedona uses 2 serpentine belts My back yard mechanic says changing the rear belt is pretty obvious as he can see the tension pulley. He doesnt see the same type pulley for the front belt.My climbing under the hood days are over any suggestions

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Check this video.

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There is usually a tensioner pulley that keeps the belt tight. With the correct size wrench you would turn the pulley either cw or ccw (in turning the bolt in the middle of the pulley it will not loosen the bolt but actually relieve spring tension)to release tension on the belt and then remove the belt. be sure to note how it is routed around all the pulleys so it goes back on correctly. keep in mind i don't know what your car looks like but i have never seen a different procedure. i always buy a chiltons manual when i get a car so i have a handy referance for such jobs

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There is a tensioner pulley that has a nut in the middle of it, loosen that nut and there is a tensioner bolt that when you loosen it, it slides the pulley away from the belt to replace it.

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