Question about 2003 Nissan Altima
There's a bolt in the center of it. You just loosen that to allow it to move and remove tension from belt. If removing completely unbolt and swap. Bolt in new one. To add tension doing the reverse I often use a small crowbar to add tension, tighten bolt.
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