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I cant find the tensioner for the serpentine belt on my 1993 jeep wrangler,it is not behind the power steering pump.

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You're right! The bolt that loosens and tightens the pump (after you loosen the bolts that allow the pump to move) is under the pump.
there is often another bolt that locks it from moving just where it attaches to the slide.

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