Question about 1997 Chevrolet Lumina
There is a spring loaded tensioner that you need to move to release tension on the belt. The tensioner will have an arm on it with a pulley at the end of it. If you look at the arm you will see a hole in it that fits a 3/8 ratched in it. Note the tool companies make cool tools for doing this but a ratchet usually works ok. Also you may want to draw a diagram of the belt routing BEFORE you remove it. Most cars have a sticker with the diagram on it but better to be safe then sorry. Good luck!
Posted on Aug 27, 2010
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