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How to remove fan belt on Ford Focus 2001 ztec

How to release tension on surpantine belt

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Thanks for using FixYa. You can look at this picture for serpentine belt for your 2002 Ford Focus Z3--

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Ford Focus Z3 Serpentine belt Removal--

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