Question about 1997 Saturn SL
Put a wrench on the center bolt ofthe tensioner pulley. With one hand, rotate the wrench to move the tensioner pulley. With the other hand, remove the belt from another pulley. Carefully release the tensioner pulley and work the belt off the rest of the pulleys. Folly a similar procedure to install the new belt.
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