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Trying to loosen the alternator belt on my mazda potege

I can't seem to find what holding the alternator in place. i loosen the adjustment bolt but i don't see any other bolt that could be holding it.

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  • darryl smith May 26, 2009

    can't seem to locate the pivot bolt space to small to get my head in to see anything.

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If you have an adjusting bolt to loosen, check that the pivot bolt has been loosened as well, also see if you have a bolt operated tensioning device on the adjusting bolt, will look like a bolt screwed into the adjusting bolt, let me know

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