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Dec 28, 2012 | Cars & Trucks
Pop the hood and locate the belt tensioner on the front of the engine, which has a square hole in the middle of it. Stick the end of the 1/2-inch breaker bar into the hole and turn the bar counterclockwise to release tension on the belt. Then pull the old belt off of the pulleys and remove it from the engine.
Open the owner's manual and locate the belt routing diagram for the engine. If you can't find the owner's manual, there is a sticker under the hood that shows the routing diagram as well. Start installing the belt around the pulleys according to the diagram until you can't pull it any further.
Pull the breaker bar again, turning it counterclockwise, and put the belt around the tensioner. Then release the tensioner and visually inspect the belt to make sure it's not twisted or bent any odd directions, and make sure that the belt is sitting squarely in each pulley. If not, pull up the tensioner with the breaker bar again and adjust as necessary.
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