Question about 1992 Saturn SL
Posted by Anonymous on
If the tensioner has slipped and not tensioning the belt enough then it's probably broken and must be replaced.
The belt is automatically adjusted using a spring loaded tensioner. If belt slippage is suspected or unusual belt noises occurs, the following procedure should be used to determine if the tensioner or belt is at fault.
Fig. 7: Read the belt tension at 2 points centrally located between the indicated pulleys
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