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Hi I work for a ford dealer as senior tech, I imagine the vehicle you are working on has a stretch auxiliary belt so no tensioner you basically cut the old one off and use the tools that come with the new ford belt to for the new one, you can manage sometimes to remove and refit the belt using pry bars screwdrivers etc but is a struggle hope this helps out

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