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I CHANGED MY WATER PUMP AND WHEN I PUT IT ALL BACK TOGETHER, NOW THE FEAN BELT HAS SLACK IN IT.... EVERY THING IS THE SAME AND IM POSITIVE ITS ON CORRECT. JUST NEED TO SEE THE DIAGRAM OR FIND OUT WHATS GOING ON.

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There should be a tenisor that is like to the left of the water pump, make sure the belt is on it as it sounds as though it may have slipped off

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