Question about 2003 Dodge Neon
I don't have the tool to unscrew the tensioner bolt. I can't see the bolt very well either so I can't tell what kind it is. I heard from someone online it is a torx head. What did you end up doing? Did you go to the dealer or did you find a tool to unscrew the tensioner bolt?
THERE IS NO BOLT HOLDING BELT TENSIONER TO FRONT ENGINE MOUNT..TENSIONER IS PART OF FRONT MOUNT BRACKET..AVAILABLE FROM DEALER..YOU MUST REPLACE WHOLE ASSEMBLY AS FAR AS I KNOW..CHECK WITH YOUR LOCAL AFTERMARKET STORES,THEY MAY HAVE A KIT..ALSO CHECK WITH YOUR LOCAL DODGE DEALER
Posted on Aug 04, 2009
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