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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you can but what are the price of the parts .just a pain to get at the fittings just make sure they are the right hoses and they are put back on the high pressure and low pressure sides .cut the old ones and tap a socket over the fitting rather then wrench might strip it and have troubles geting out and root them the same spot the old ones came from
Posted on Mar 03, 2009
to take it off get a 3/4 rachet and it fits into the tens. pully. push it down and the belt will come loose make sure you hold it. with the other hand remove it off of any pully normaly the idler pully will be best one to use then when you have it off that pully slowly easy up on the rachet and remove so you can take the belt off. then you will see a pic of how the belt should look when you replace the new one and remember how it looked before always helps too
Posted on Apr 09, 2010
Easy to do, but also easy to do wrong.
1. Find the belt.
2. Find the belt tensioner.
3. Find the belt tensioner adjuster screw.
4. Loosen the adjustment screw, and slack the belt.
5. Remove the belt.
6. Replace the belt.
7. Tension the belt using the adjustment on the belt tension adjuster.
8. Drive around and steer, easily.
Posted on Oct 11, 2010
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