Question about 1991 Toyota Pickup
Loosen the TWO screws that hold the alternator.
With a wooden tool push the alternator away from the engine until the belt is tight. It has to have a little elasticity left, don't go HULK on the belt tension. you should be able to push it about 1/2 inch with one finger by pushing hard.
Tighten the TOP screw first that is on the curved bracket.
Then tighten the bottom screw.
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