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Trying to find out what the pulley diagram is i need to replace a idler or tesion wheel I just do not know the exact name it is the one that is on the passenger side of the engine

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Below is a diagram for 3.5L engines. The tension pulley should be the middle left pulley. There should be a tension screw just above it. Loosen the tensioner pulley, route the new belt according to the diagram and while applying pressure to the pulley, tighten it until it's secure.

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