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Do I need to remove the radiator etc to replace the fan belt on 2l 2009 Actyon ute ?? ta Paul

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Should not be necessary
remove the belt from the pulleys then put the belt over the top of a fan blade , turn the fan and put the belt over the next blade and so until the belt is in front of the fan then pull it out between blades
fitting belt is the reverse procedure

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