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How do I loosen the tension of the pully to install serpintine belt on a 1992 chrysler 5th ave

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Look for the tensioner assembly, it will be the one pulley on an arm, look at that arm, there will be a square drive hole in the arm, you should be able to put a 3/8" drive ratchet or breaker bar in that hole, then pull it the opposite direction of the belt. If there is no hole then use a wrench that fits the nut in the center of the tensioner pulley and again pull in the opposite direction of the belt. Remember to look at the routing carefully for installing the new belt. Hope this helps, let me know

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