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How tight to make my belt?

Have a 2001 mitsubishi eclipse GT, with a manual tensioner, i just rep[laced the alternator and now i dont know how tight to to make my belt when i put it on. anyone know how tight the belt should be? tight to where you cant bend it or with a bit of flex?

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Tightened it as much as you can with a little bit of flex

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that should help you out need anything else just let me know

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I would bet it is a bad battery cable terminal. I just had mine replaced and from different forums it seems a common problem.

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