Question about 1996 BMW 318
If you have the inline 6 cyl. you may want to use a flathead screwdriver and pop out the protective cap on the tensioner. Its the one that is putting tension on the belt. then you will need a toric bit to compress the tensioner and release the belt
Posted on Apr 26, 2010
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