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Need to losen fanbelt to replace my aultinator on my 1996 jeep grand cherokee V8 it seems like I can take off my aultinator. However it looks like I have to losen my fanbelt to release the tention of the pully. Am I looking at ir wrong?

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You are correct, you must remove the belt to take the alternator off.

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