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How do I loosen the belts on a 2000 Jeep cherokee to change the compressor

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Pretty easy when you get to it. There is a tensioner that you need to lever away from the belt if you dont have the right tool , try using a pair of vice grips on the *** that sticks out and lever away from the belt

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