Question about 1997 Buick Regal
Get a sheet of paper do a line drawing of all the pulleys in the positions they are on the engine then visually note the run of the belt and join the pulleys on your paper with lines to each one before you remove the belt. Then you will possibly that one of the pulleys is an automatic tensioner, you may require a spanner to to move this to unlaod the tension from the belt so you can then remove it. Hope this helps you on your quest.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1997 Buick Regal fanbelt problem
buy a new tensioner assembley and idler pully and might as well get a new belt while your at it. you will need a 3/8 ratchet a 15 mm socket and a 13 mm socket there is one bolt holding on tensioner remove it discard old tensioner put new tensioner in place and tight bolt. second remove bolt from idler pulley discard old pulley put inton place and tighen bolt. next install belt fallow belt routing digram put head of 3/8 rattachet into hole on tensioner or on bolt head of tensioner pulley depending on style of tensioner and pull or push to create slack in belt push belt into groves on all pulleys and release tensioner
Posted on Jul 31, 2009
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