Question about 1999 Oldsmobile Alero
THE 4 CYLINDER ENGINES YOU HAVE TO REMOVE THE DRIVE BELT.THE ALTERNATOR AND THE AC COMPRESSOR WITH OUT DISCONNECTING THE REFRIGERANT LINES.THEN REMOVE TENSIONER CENTER BOLT. THE 6 CYLINDER ENGINE YOU HAVE TO REMOVE DRIVE BELT.RAISE SUPPORT CAR ON JACK STAND.THEN REMOVE RIGHT FRONT WHEEL.AND THE INNER FENDER LINING.THEN REMOVE THE BELT TENSIONER CENTER BOLT.
Posted on May 10, 2010
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