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Hi my name is ty im changing the water pump for my aunt in her 03 dodge durango i need to get the fan off i took the fan blade loose but can not the blade off how do i do so n also where is the tensioner pulley to loosen the belt?

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Need an impact wrench (usually powered by an air compressor).

The tensioiner pulley has a square hole in it where you put a 1/2" breaker bar.

Good luck on this one.

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