Question about 1992 Honda Accord
Replace the belt, dont fix the old one. use a breaker bar to lift up on the belt tension pulley. while holding it up slide off the belt from one of the other pulleys. ***Slowly release the tensioner.*** then remove the belt. replace with a new belt (the same size as the old one) put it on all the pulleys except the last one. lift the tensioner up then slide the belt over the last pulley. recheck all pulleys to see if belt is on all pulleys correctly. then start engine.
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