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How do I locate tension wheel to replace serpntne belts 04 sentra

I am replacing serpentine belts on 1.8 04 Sentra. How do I locate the tension wheel(can"t find in manual).

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The serpentine belt runs everyting under the hood...easiest way to locate the tension wheel is to look at every other wheel that the belt runs to.

Your tension wheel will be where the belt runs without being in a V channel, the tension wheel will be flat..no grooves to accomodate the belt.

Hope this helps

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