Question about 2003 Mitsubishi Outlander
The belt should be able to be twisted in a manner that will fit into the space between the pulleys and the wheel well. You will also need to remove the tire and the plastic splash guards on the inner wheel well. Romove the plastic grommets carefully. You will now have better access the align the belt onto the pulleys. You will also be able to see theadjuster pulley wilth a square shaped recess that accomadates a breaker bar end or ratchet end. You will beed to turn this pulley while slipping on the belt. Its easier with 2 people. Check the mitsubishi forums for more help.
Posted on Aug 09, 2010
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