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Bearing on the tensioner pulley squeels.

My 2002 Lincoln Continental needs the bearing on the tensioner Pulley replaced. What needs removed to accomplish this?

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Basically you need a special tool to release the tension on the belt then remove the belt then it should be easy to remove the bearing and replace...better to use a mechanic with the proper tools

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