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Attempting to replace the fan belt of my 93 2jz ge supra...losened altenator adjustment and took pully of water pump but auto tensioner kicked in and the belt is still tight..how do i disable auto tensioner and take belt off??

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  • blainesinthe Jul 16, 2009

    pretty sure it was rubber, not plastic...was able to remove tension pully and take belt off..not to sure how to put new belt on though...also does the harmonic balancer need to be removed in order to remove the water pump in this same engine..

  • dave mccullough May 11, 2010

    Need to know if it's plastic? If so, youl have to remoce the tensioner and get a new one. Give me more info so I can help

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You need the proper bar and tools to move the tensioner back. The spring that is in the tensioner can not be moved by a ratchet.

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