Question about Cars & Trucks
Undo the big nut holding the idler pulley on the shaft At the back of the pulley shaft you will find a long bolt. undo this bolt and the pulley shaft will move up or down to release the tension on the belt. If it is a v6 and the tensioner pulley is next to the alternator ,there will be a 1/2" square drive hole on the bracket. Use a long 1/2 drive breaker bar lift the pulley off the belt as it is spring loaded.. For ford loosen of the large nut on the pulley shaft and use a smaller spanner or hex key too turn the shaft as it runs on a set of teeth at the back of the pulley.
Posted on Nov 19, 2014
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