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How to replace fan belt or diagram for this

I need to replace the 2 belts in my 1999 Mitsubishi Gallant. I was not given the manual that goes with the car. Help!

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Have done these but i cannot remember how ,one belt does the alternator and the other one does the power steering and AC ,think but i cannot remember their is a torqx headed bolt which you need to slacken then use a 21mm spanner to turn the nut at the back of the bolt and that turns the toothed gearwheel that slackens the belt .but dont quote me as iam old and forget thing or get confused

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