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1993 honda accord timing belt tensioner

I am completly lost as to how to get this tensioner to losen up so i can put the belt back on please email me with some help thanks

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Timing belt tensioner should be spring loaded. its tight up there but you'll have to push the tensioner either up or down and slide the belt over it.

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Is there a diagram somehwhere on the car frame or hood

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