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Fan belt wont stay on 95 ford f150

Belt tensioner pulley does not line up with PS pulley. Everything is original. Does tensioner need to be replaced?

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All pulleys should be running true. If you have a pulley not centered then replacement is an option.

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    WARNING Never suddenly let go of the tensioned idler pulley. The force of the spring pressure suddenly released may damage the idler pulley mechanism. Always release the spring pressure gradually.

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Rotate the belt tensioner to relieve tension on the belt—4.6L engine shown, others similar

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