Question about GMC Jimmy
You will have to locate the belt tensioner ( if this has a serpentine belt setup) just put a wrench on the bolt where the pulley is and turn until you release the slack on the belt (this is spring loaded) remove the belt (be sure to note how the old belt was on before removing it) position the new belt in place, turn the tensioner once again and position the new belt, the release the tensioner. Hope this helps
Posted on Jul 12, 2009
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