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You will need to turn the adjusting bolt in order to be able to have enough slack to place the belt around all the pully's. Don't forget to loosen the locking nut. I believe you have to turn the adjusting bolt clockwise to move that pully in order to be able to route the belt and place it over all the pully's but don't quote me on this. Common sense will tell you which way the pully moves to make more slack in order to put the belt around all the pully's. You can see how it is routed as well as where the adjusting bolt is located in the diagram below. Check all the pully's that the belt goes around to make sure they all spin freely to make sure none of them locked up and that this was the reason your belt snapped in the first place. I hope this helped and good luck. Have fun at work tomorrow....Here's your diagram:
you put the belt on by putting a rachet on the tensioner pully and it only goes one way and that will losen the belt so you can slide it on the last pully prolly best one for last is the alternator pully and after it is on you let go of the tensioner pull and it will tighten right up
hello two things you can do under your hood look very good ford usually has a routing diagram mounted on the top support of your radiator or off to the side it will be a pitcher of a front of a motor with pullys should show you with and without ac routing if not dont panic go to part store like auto zone get your self a haynes manuel that covers your year car the serpitine routine should be in there for your motor goodluck please rate
You need to go to Autozone or where ever and rent a serpentine belt tensioner pully wrench before you do anything. then you get a diagram for your car and route the belt liek the diagram says, google image should work just fine. the tenion pully on an 03 is in the on the right as you are standing looking at the pully system. its the second one down. its the only one that moves.