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1994 Talon 2.0 liter DOHC screeching belt and I can't find a tensioner or anyway to get the belts off to inspect them. Looks like they both need to be replaced but the problem is getting them off first so is there a tensioner or do I loosen the alternator? (looks like theres a sliding bracket its connected to) If thats the case which bolt do I have to loosen? I can't seem to get a rachet in with enough room to do anything on the bolt I believe it to be.........

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Yes you are correct the alternator needs to be loosened to remove the belts. You are going to need to get a flat wrench or box wrench in there to loosen the bolts. Both need to be loosened to move the alternator. By the way screeching belts are a known problems for the 2.0 motors, so make sure you get a good belt so it doesnt happen anymore.

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no engine stated, and this varies by ,, engine.

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