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There are three belts on my sons 95 honda and we need to change the alt belt, the first one of the 3 of course, how do we go about it

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Loosen the Tension bolt
Loosen the Pivot Nut
Loosen the Mounting Nut

Push it down to the point of relieving the old belt so you can take it off. You might have to carefully pry the alternator down to get it to pivot enough for removal and installation of new belt, depending on rust, etc. The new belt, make it pretty tight, it should wiggle with about 1/4 of an inch of play Too loose it will squeak, too tight it will fail early.

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