Question about 2003 BMW 325
Make sure you take note of how it is installed, as it can sometimes be difficult to work out where it should go.
You need to release the pressure on the belt, by adjusting the tensioner.
You should find a diagram somewhere in the engine bay, that shows how the belt is routed. The tensioner is normally indicated on this diagram.
I think on your car, the tensioner pulley has a hex bolt on it, which can be loosened, to move the pulley. The tensioner pulley applies pressure to the outside (smooth) side of the belt.
Posted on Apr 21, 2009
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