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Replace belt tensioner

When i tighten the bolt that holds the tensioner on the pulley won't turn freely both ways

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  • martmpp Jan 04, 2014

    Hi todd mcgraw, I want to help you with your problem, but I need more information from you. Can you please add details in the comment box? Would help to know what car it is



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Is it in the right place or maybe backwards..

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That should be right if it is an idler pulley. On belts that do not have idler pulley you will have to loosen lock bolt on adjuster. Like alternator

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your daewoo does not have an interference engine which means that if timing belt slips or breaks there wont be any valve or piston damage

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SOURCE: Replace belt tensioner pulley on 1994 buick skylark

You need to put a piece of wood underneath the oil pan and place a jack underneath the oil pan/motor, loosen the motor mounts that are next to the belts, then raise the motor enough to reveal the nuts/bolts for pulley...just dont raise the oil pan so high that you crush it or break something, only enough to be able to reach tension pulley...

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first of all you don't have to loosen the pulley,this will no solve the problem,well you already loosen the adjuster,good,bot thing you have not done i will tell you now,on the power steering pump where the belt pass there is also a bolt that hold it ,you must loosen that also,then after you will see the pump moving on the two position that means you will see the belt loosen on 1 position an d the position it will tight the belt,try that man.............

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SOURCE: how can i tighten the tensioner pulley for my 1996 eclipse

the tensioner pulley is spring loaded to maintain proper tension constantly.if your belt is loose cracked or frayed,replace it.if tensioner isn't working,replace tensioner assembly.

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I replaced the idler pulley in my car,The bolt that secures the pulley to the tenioner won't lock but tightens.I can get no leverage to get belt on? Any suggestions with out replacing tensioner arm

you don't lever belts at all as it breaks the bindings in the belt
the nut on the shaft that holds the pulley on has to be loosened and then the small bolt at the back of the tensioner mount will move the pulley shaft up or down to adjust the belt tension
so move the pulley shaft to the point where the belt just slips into the pulley groove and then tighten the bolt up until tension is on the belt
tighten up the nut holding the pulley on
If you have the spacer s in the right position then that nut will tighten up securely and retain the tension on the belt

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How do i remove the drive belt on a 2006 Toyota Solara?

Serpentine belt replacement is not complicated and requires only one tool. Find the tension pulley located at the bottom of the motor. This pulley is attached to a very strong spring and holds the belt tight against the pulleys through its serpentine route around the engine. Use a socket wrench with a matching socket the same size as the hex head bolt in the center of the tension pulley. Attach the socket and set the direction to tighten the same direction the spring action allows the pulley to move. Turn the wrench handle, the pulley moves and the tension on the belt slackens. Take the belt off the pulley and let it hang. 
To install the new belt Once the belt is around the pulleys allow it to hang freely at the bottom of the engine. Again, use the socket wrench to turn the tension pulley far enough so the belt can be wrapped around the pulley. Once the belt is around the tension pulley, release the socket wrench and allow the tension pulley to take up the slack. 
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I'm trying to find out which way the bolt that holds the upper tensioning pulley must be turned to replace the pulley

The bolt is removed by going clockwise and tightens counter clockwise, some are the other way, heres a good way to know, if you put a wrench on the bolt and pull to release the tension on the belt, which ever way it goes to release tension then the bolt is removed going the other way, good luck.

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There are 3 belts on the truck. The belt that goes around the alternator is not spinning. What could cause this belt not to turn?

Assuming that the belt is not broken ... you need to tighten the belt. This one is not as easy as the other two which have tensioners. This belt is tensioned by the alternator itself. I've found adjusting it to not be a lot of fun ... the tricky part is loosening the bolt that the alternator pivots on. There isn't a lot of room and I find one of the small palm ratchets to be helpful. So to tighten, you'd loosen the upper bolt that actually holds the tension on the belt, loosen the bolt that the alternator pivots on, re-tension the belt (using something to pry on the alternator if necessary) and tighten the two bolts again. If you have to replace the belt you'll need to remove the outer two to get to this one. The outer two tensioners are adjusted by loosening the bolt that holds the tensioner pulley in place and then turning the tensioner bolt itself to tighten or loosen the belt(s)... then retighten the bolt holding the pulley.

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How do you make the tensioner release to tighten the timing belt?

The belt tensioner keeps the belt tight inside each accessory pulley while the engine is running. The tensioner is made up of a spring-loaded arm. If the spring inside of the tensioner becomes loose then it will not be able to hold the belt properly.And belt will also get loose. The belt tensioner is on the engine underneath the alternator. Its fitted by bolt.To loose the belt you will need drive socket and breaker bar .Turn the breaker bar counterclockwise to release tension from the belt.Remove the mounting bolt at the top center of the tensioner arm.The tensioner arm is loose and will easily come out.If you in-case are to replace the tensioner then place the new tensioner in same place and tighten the bolt which you removed.Before removing or moving the belt check the position of the belt passing from each that when you fit the parts there is no problem in fitting the parts.
After its done.Start the engine and see that belt and tensioner runs freely and belt moving from each pulley smoothly.
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Replace alternator belt

  • Locate the two belts on the left side (passenger side) of your Mitsubishi Lancer. The outer belt is a serpentine belt, operating four pulleys and the inner belt is your alternator belt.

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    Follow the serpentine (outer) belt to the three pulleys lined up vertically near the front of the engine compartment. Locate the middle pulley, which is the tension pulley for the belt.

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    Loosen the bolt on the middle pulley with a socket wrench by turning counter-clockwise. Do not remove the bolt, just turn it a couple of times. Loosen the tensioner bolt on the side of the of the pulley, facing the front of the vehicle.

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    Remove the serpentine belt and then loosen the bolt on the alternator. With the alternator loose, move it forward so that the alternator belt loosens up and then remove belt from the pulleys.

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    Install the new alternator belt by placing it over both inside pulleys. Tighten the tension on the alternator belt by moving the alternator back and keeping tension on it by holding it back with a long screwdriver. While the alternator belt is tight, use a socket wrench to tighten up the bolt on the alternator.

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    Place the serpentine belt back on the pulleys and then use a socket wrench on the bolt on the front of the tension pulley. Once the serpentine belt is tight, tighten up the bolt in the middle of the tension pulley.

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    Start the Mitsubishi Lancer's engine to test the alternator belt and make sure it is working properly. Once you have verified it is working, turn the engine off.

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    Installing a timing belt

    Timing Belt and Sprockets REMOVAL & INSTALLATION Fig. 1: If you plan on reusing the timing belt, make sure you note the direction of the rotation before removal 91053p69.jpg Fig. 2: If the special tool is unavailable, a suitable length and width straight edge can be used to align the camshafts 91053p10.jpg Fig. 3: Camshaft alignment using the special service tool 91053g61.gif Fig. 4: Insert the crankshaft damper bolt to turn the crankshaft and . . . 91053p64.jpg Fig. 5: . . . align the camshafts and the . . . 91053g64.gif Fig. 6: . . . crankshaft before removing the old belt 91053p66.jpg Fig. 7: Loosen the timing belt tensioner pulley bolt, slide the tensioner back and . . . 91053p67.jpg Fig. 8: . . . tighten the bolt to the farthest right hand side as possible to hold the release the tensioner pulley so that the belt can be removed 91053p68.jpg Fig. 9: . . . remove the belt starting from around the camshaft pulleys 91053p01.jpg Fig. 10: Installation of the tensioner spring and retaining bolt 91053g62.gif For information on timing belt recommended replacement interval, refer to Section 1. CAUTION
    The 2.0L engine is an interference motor. Extending the replacement interval could lead to the belt breaking and severe and costly engine damage. Care must be taken if rotating the crankshaft or camshafts with the belt off, if resistance is felt, do not force them to turn.
    1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
    2. Remove the timing belt covers as outlined in this Section.
    3. Remove the valve cover.
    4. Place Camshaft Alignment Timing Tool T94P-6256-CH or equivalent, into the slots of both camshafts at the rear of the cylinder head to lock the camshafts into position. NOTE: If the special tool is unavailable, a suitable length and width straight edge can be used to align the camshafts.
    5. Loosen the camshaft timing belt tensioner pulley retaining bolt and move the tensioner pulley to relieve the tension on the timing belt.
    6. Temporarily tighten the tensioner in this position. NOTE: If the timing belt is to be reused, mark the belt for the direction of rotation before removing to prevent premature wear or failure.
    7. Remove the timing belt.
    8. If required, remove the sprockets as follows:
      1. Hold the camshaft with an appropriate camshaft sprocket holding tool.
      2. Loosen and remove the camshaft sprocket retaining bolt.
      3. Remove the sprocket from the camshaft.
      4. Repeat the procedure for the 2nd camshaft sprocket.
      5. Remove the crankshaft sprocket.
    9. Slide the crankshaft sprocket onto the crankshaft aligning the key-way.
    10. Align the camshafts using the Camshaft Alignment Timing Tool T94P-6256-CH. NOTE: If the special tool is unavailable, a suitable length and width straight edge can be used to align the camshafts.
    11. Reinstall the sprockets onto the camshafts and loosely install the camshaft retaining bolts.
    12. Tighten the camshaft sprocket retaining bolts to 47–53 ft. lbs. (64–72 Nm) .
    13. Loosely install the crankshaft pulley to verify that the engine is at TDC. Realign the marks if they have moved.
    14. Verify that the camshafts are aligned. NOTE: It is recommended to purchase a tensioner spring and retaining bolt through the dealer parts to apply the proper tension for used or new belt installations. The spring is bolted to the tensioner assembly and becomes a part of the engine. Ignore this notice if the tensioner spring is already installed.
    15. Reinstall the retaining bolt (W700001-S309) into the hole provided in the cylinder block and place the tensioner spring (6L277) between the bolt and the camshaft timing belt tensioner pulley.
    16. Tighten the retainer bolt to 71–97 inch lbs. (8–11 Nm) .
    17. Remove the crankshaft pulley and install the timing belt onto the crankshaft sprocket, then onto the camshaft sprockets working in a counterclockwise direction.
    18. Tighten the camshaft sprocket retaining bolts to 47–53 ft. lbs. (64–72 Nm) .
    19. Be sure that the span of the camshaft timing belt between the crankshaft sprocket and the exhaust camshaft sprocket is not loose.
    20. Be sure that the camshaft timing belt is securely aligned on all sprockets.
    21. Reinstall the lower timing belt cover and tighten the retaining bolts to 53–71 inch lbs. (6–8 Nm) .
    22. Apply silicone sealer to the key-way of the crankshaft pulley and install. Tighten the retaining bolt to 81–89 ft. lbs. (110–120 Nm) .
    23. Inspect the timing mark on the crankshaft pulley to verify that the engine is still at TDC.
    24. Loosen the camshaft timing belt tensioner pulley retaining bolt and allow the tensioner spring attached to the pulley to draw the tensioner pulley against the camshaft timing belt.
    25. Remove the camshaft alignment timing tool from the camshafts at the rear of the engine.
    26. Turn the crankshaft two revolutions in a clockwise direction.
    27. Tighten the camshaft timing belt tensioner pulley retaining bolt to 26–30 ft. lbs. (35–40 Nm) .
    28. Recheck that the crankshaft timing mark is at TDC for the No. 1 piston, and that both camshafts are in alignment using the camshaft alignment timing tool. NOTE: A slight adjustment of the camshafts to allow the insertion of the camshaft alignment timing tool is permissible as long as the crankshaft stays at the TDC location.
    29. An appropriate camshaft sprocket holding tool can be used to move the camshaft sprocket (s) if a slight adjustment is required.
    30. If a camshaft is not properly aligned, perform the following procedure:
      1. Loosen the retaining bolt securing the sprocket to the camshaft while holding the camshaft sprocket from turning with the sprocket holding tool.
      2. Turn the camshaft until the camshaft alignment timing tool can be installed.
      3. Verify that the crankshaft timing mark is at TDC for the No. 1 cylinder.
      4. While holding the camshaft sprocket with the camshaft sprocket holding tool, tighten the retaining bolt to 47–53 ft. lbs. (64–72 Nm) .
      5. Remove the tool and rotate the crankshaft two revolutions (clockwise) .
      6. Verify that the camshafts are aligned and that the crankshaft is at TDC for the No. 1 cylinder.
    31. Install the valve cover.
    32. Install the timing belt covers.
    33. Connect the negative battery cable. prev.gif next.gif

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    Hiwich timing mark I used to time the balancer shaft on a 99 honda accord with a 2.3L

    To Install:
    NOTE: Clean balancer belt drive pulley, timing belt pulleys and upper/lower timing cover prior to belt installation.

    1. Set timing belt drive pulley to TDC by aligning dimple on pulley with dimple on oil pump. honda-03-23-3426.gif

    2. Set camshaft pulley to TDC so that "UP" mark is at top and grooves align with top of cylinder head. Timing belt installation honda-03-23-3549.gif

    3. Starting with driver pulley, install timing belt in a counterclockwise sequence.
    4. Loosen and ten retighten adjusting nut.
    5. Install balancer belt drive pulley. NOTE: Inspect rubber seal on lower cover and replace as necessary.
    6. Install lower cover.
    7. Install crankshaft pulley and bolt.
    8. Rotate crankshaft pulley counterclockwise several times to seat belt.
    9. Loosen adjusting nut 1 turn.
    10. Rotate crankshaft counterclockwise 3 teeth on camshaft pulley.
    11. Tighten adjusting nut to 33 ft lb (44 Nm). honda-03-23-3542.gif

    12. Turn crankshaft pulley until TDC is achieved. honda-03-23-3426.gif

    13. Ensure that camshaft pulley "UP" mark is at top and grooves align with top of cylinder head.
    14. Remove crankshaft pulley and lower cover.
    15. Rotate crankshaft to TDC again and lock timing belt adjuster arm with a 6 mm timing cover bolt.
    16. Loosen adjuster nut 1 turn and ensure that belt tensioner freely moves.
    17. Push tensioner up and tighten adjusting nut. Balancer shaft alignment honda-03-23-3556.gif

    18. Remove bolt and washer from maintenance hole.
    19. Using a 6 X 100 mm bolt, scribe a mark 2.9 in (74 mm) from end.
    20. Insert bolt into maintenance hole and hole in balancer shaft.
    21. Install bolt up to scribed line. Balancer shaft alignment honda-03-23-3557.gif

    22. Align groove on balancer shaft with pointer on oil pump housing.
    23. Install balancer belt and loosen adjusting nut 1 turn to tension.
    24. Retighten bolt. Balancer shaft alignment honda-03-23-3556.gif

    25. Remove bolt from maintenance hole and install bolt and washer. Tighten to 22 ft lb (29 Nm).
    26. Reinstall crankshaft pulley.
    27. Loosen adjusting nut 1 turn.
    28. Rotate crankshaft pulley counterclockwise 1 turn and tighten adjusting nut.
    29. Remove bolt from timing belt adjuster arm. NOTE: Inspect rubber seal on lower cover and replace as necessary.
    30. Remove crankshaft pulley.
    31. Install lower cover.
    32. Install seal at adjusting nut. NOTE: Crankshaft pulley, bolt and washer must be cleaned prior to installation.
    33. Lubricate crankshaft pulley bolt between head and washer and bolt threads with clean engine oil. honda-03-23-3537.gif

      Do not use impact wrench to perform following step.
    34. Install crankshaft pulley and tighten bolt using special tools to 181 ft lb (245 Nm).
    35. Install dipstick/tube assembly.
    36. Install upper cover. Tighten bolts to 9 ft lb (12 Nm).
    37. Install cylinder head cover.
    38. Install alternator bracket and alternator.
    39. Install power steering pump belt and alternator belt. Upper bracket installation honda-03-23-3420.gif

    40. Install upper bracket and tighten fasteners in proper numbered sequence.
    41. Install stop.
    42. Install battery and enter radio anti-theft code.
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    How do i put timing belt and water pump?

    REMOVAL & INSTALLATION of timing belt: Fig. 1: View of the timing belt cover 91163p64.gif
    Fig. 2: Loosen then timing belt tensioner using a ratchet and short socket 91163p65.gif
    Fig. 3: Matchmark the direction of rotation of the timing belt 91163p67.gif
    Fig. 4: Once loose, pull the belt off the camshaft pulley 91163p71.gif
    1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
    2. Turn the crankshaft to align the timing belt matchmarks and set cylinder No. 1 to Top Dead Center (TDC) on the compression stroke. Once in this position, the engine must NOT be turned or disturbed.
    3. Remove all necessary components to gain access to the cylinder head and timing belt covers.
    4. Remove the cylinder head and timing belt covers.
    5. There are 2 belts in this system; the one running to the camshaft pulley is the timing belt. The other, shorter one drives the balance shafts and is referred to as the balancer belt or timing balancer belt. Lock the timing belt adjuster in position by installing one of the lower timing belt cover bolts to the adjuster arm.
    6. Loosen the timing belt and balancer shafts tensioner adjuster nut, but do not loosen the nut more than 1 turn. Push the tensioner for the balancer belt away from the belt to relieve the tension. Hold the tensioner and tighten the adjusting nut to hold the tensioner in place.
    7. Carefully remove the balancer belt. Do not crimp or bend the belt; protect it from contact with oil or coolant. Slide the belt off the pulleys.
    8. Remove the balancer belt drive sprocket from the crankshaft.
    9. Loosen the lockbolt installed to the timing belt adjuster and loosen the adjusting nut. Push the timing belt adjuster to remove the tension on the timing belt, then tighten the adjuster nut.
    10. Remove the timing belt. Do not crimp or bend the belt; protect it from contact with oil or coolant. Slide the belt off the pulleys.
    11. If defective, remove the belt tensioners by performing the following:
      1. Remove the springs from the balancer belt and the timing belt tensioners.
      2. Remove the adjusting nut.
      3. Remove the bolt from the balancer belt adjuster lever, then remove the lever and the tensioner pulley.
      4. Remove the lockbolt from the timing belt tensioner lever, then remove the tensioner pulley and lever from the engine.
    12. This is an excellent time to check or replace the water pump. Even if the timing belt is only being replaced as part of a good maintenance schedule, consider replacing the pump at the same time. To install:
    13. If the water pump is to be replaced, install a new O-ring and make certain it is properly seated. Install the water pump and retaining bolts. Tighten the mounting bolts to 106 inch lbs. (12 Nm).
    14. If the tensioners were removed, perform the following to install them:
      1. Install the timing belt tensioner lever and tensioner pulley. NOTE: The tensioner lever must be properly positioned on its pivot pin located on the oil pump. Be sure that the timing belt lever and tensioner moves freely and does not bind.
      2. Install the lockbolt to the timing belt tensioner, do not tighten the lockbolt at this time.
      3. Install the balancer belt pulley and adjuster lever.
      4. Install the adjusting nut and the bolt to the balancer belt adjuster lever. Do not tighten the adjuster nut or bolt at this time. NOTE: Be sure that the balancer lever and tensioner moves freely and does not bind.
      5. Install the springs to the tensioners.
      6. Move the timing belt tensioner its full deflection and tighten the lockbolt.
      7. Move the balancer its full deflection and tighten the adjusting nut.
    15. The crankshaft timing pointer must be perfectly aligned with the white mark on the flywheel or flex-plate; the camshaft pulley must be aligned so that the word UP is at the top of the pulley and the marks on the edge of the pulley are aligned with the surfaces of the head.
    16. Install the timing belt over the pulleys and tensioners.
    17. Loosen the bolt used to lock the timing belt tensioner. Loosen, then tighten the timing belt adjusting nut.
    18. Turn the crankshaft counterclockwise until the cam pulley has moved 3 teeth; this creates tension on the timing belt. Loosen, then tighten the adjusting nut and tighten it to 33 ft. lbs. (45 Nm). Tighten the bolt used to lock the timing belt tensioner.
    19. Realign the timing belt marks, then install the balancer belt drive sprocket on the crankshaft.
    20. Align the front balancer pulley; the face of the front timing balancer pulley has a mark, which must be aligned with the notch on the oil pump body. This pulley is the one at 10 o'clock to the crank pulley when viewed from the pulley end.
    21. Align the rear timing balancer pulley (2 o'clock from the crank pulley) using a 6 x 100mm bolt or rod. Mark the bolt or rod at a point 2.9 in. (74mm) from the end. Remove the bolt from the maintenance hole on the side of the block; insert the bolt or rod into the hole. Align the 2.9 in. (74mm) mark with the face of the hole. This pin will hold the shaft in place during installation.
    22. Install the balancer belt. Once the belts are in place, be sure that all the engine alignment marks are still correct. If not, remove the belts, realign the engine and reinstall the belts. Once the belts are properly installed, slowly loosen the adjusting nut, allowing the tensioner to move against the belt. Remove the pin from the maintenance hole and reinstall the bolt and washer.
    23. Turn the crankshaft 1 full turn, then tighten the adjuster nut to 33 ft. lbs. (45 Nm). Remove the bolt used to lock the timing belt tensioner.
    24. Install the lower cover, ensuring the rubber seals are in place. Install a new seal around the adjusting nut, DO NOT loosen the adjusting nut.
    25. Install the key on the crankshaft and install the crankshaft pulley. Apply oil to the bolt threads and tighten it to 181 ft. lbs. (250 Nm).
    26. Install the upper timing belt cover and all applicable components. When installing the side engine mount, tighten the bolt and nut attaching the mount to the engine to 40 ft. lbs. (55 Nm) and the through-bolt and nut to 47 ft. lbs. (65 Nm).
    27. Connect the negative battery cable.
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    I have a noisey fan belt in my 1996 Mitsubishi Lancer. How do I fix it? Thank you Ray

    ways to change the belt.......\ First pop the hood and find the serpentine and alternator belts on the left side of the engine compartment. The serpentine belt runs around four pulleys. The alternator belt uses two pulleys. They share space on the drive shaft so they are right next to each other.
    Of the four pulleys using the serpentine belt, three of them are vertically in line (closer to the front of the car) and the fourth stands alone (closer to the cab). Of the three vertically in line, the middle pulley is the one used to adjust the tension on the belt.
    You must first break loose the bolt in the center of the tension pulley (the bolt is facing the passenger tire) by turning it counter clockwise. Then leave that bolt and go to the bolt connected frame connected to the other side of the tension pulley (this bolt is facing the front of the car). Turn that bolt counter clockwise until the serpentine belt is loose enough to pull off. Replace the belt and tighten in the opposite order. Once the desired tension is reached, crank the car and run it for a few minutes. Finally cut the car off and check the tension, tighten or loosen as neccessary.
    thank you!!!!

    Oct 14, 2009 | 1996 Mitsubishi Galant

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