Question about 2006 Ford Taurus
The idler pulley has a locking bolt and an adjuster bolt. The lock bolt is the center bolt on the pulley-loosen it first. The adjuster bolt is to the side, behind the pulley. Turn it to release tension on the belt. Rout the new belt on and tighten the adjusting bolt, first, then the locking bolt at the center of the pulley.
Bit of a strange set-up. I never thought the center bolt would need loosening first, but that's how it's done.
Posted on Apr 28, 2013
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