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Serpinty belt plasement

We have a 2000 dodge caravan. we hit a bump in the road and the belt popped off. and we were trying to put it back on but could not find the tenchaner pully to put the belt back on

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The Tensioner Pulley has a Large Pulley on top with a Bolt in the Middle and a Smaller Pulley at the Bottom that the Belt Rides against. Get a Wratchet and Socket and a Cheater Bar and Turn the Bolt on the Large Pulley. It is not easy But, It will Lower the Smaller Pulley and allow you to Slip the Belt over it.

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