Question about 1999 Dodge Ram
Then I suggest you use a 1/2 inch breaker bar, and the appropriate socket to fit that bolt head, on the tensioner pulley bracket. You want to pull the tensioner pulley away from the serpentine belt, just long enough to slip part of the belt off of a pulley. Any pulley that is easiest to access, doesn't matter. Then slowly release the tensioner pulley, until it's at the rest position.
Before you begin, look at the radiator support, or on the fender well, or maybe up underneath the hood. Look for the diagram that shows the serpentine belt 'path'. If there isn't one present, and you don't have the Owners Manual, I would suggest at this time to make a drawing of the belt's path. Saves a lot of headaches later.
Posted on May 17, 2009
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