Question about Ford Contour
A 2.0 uses a 13 mm wrench to back the tensioner away from the tension on the idler pulley, a 2.5 uses a 3/8 drive rachet to swing back the idler pulley so you can install the belt. Don't know which engine it is, but find the idler pulley and move it back as in the instructions above. You attach the wrench or rachet and the pulley will move with some force so that you can slip the belt on. hope this helps you, Rick
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
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