Question about 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Trying to remove my tensioner on my 2000 jgc but doesnt seem to have a bolt??? looks like it only has only one alan wrech screw or something?? i need to replace it. can somebody tell me if im doing something wrong or if im overlooking a bolt and tell me how to remove it..
You need a long bar... the kind with a 3/8 inch socket head that goes into the opening in the tensioner and you move it that way to loosen it so you can get the belt off... then undo the three or so bolts holding the tensioner on... you will probably need a vise to hold it when you take the bolt off for the pulley. replace the pulley and bolt it back on...
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