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I had the belt and pulley come off and loss them on road somewhere it is the belt going to the ac copmp. where can i buy the pulley and or the whole part that mounts under not on the a/c comp. i can get the belt local and is it self adj. or how do you ajust the belt. it is very hot on the Mississippi gulf coast.

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A local parts store should have the idler and the belt. If it wasn't the tensioner your lost then yes, the belt is self sdjust once installed withh all the idlers and tensioner in place. Good Luck, Ned

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