Question about 1997 Chevrolet Cavalier
If your car has the 4Cyl., 2.4 in it, it should have a tensioner. It should be located above the AC unit and below the Alt. It will be one that has to be pulled back by a wrench.
However, if it does not have a tensioner there, you should inspect all the parts connected on the front half of the motor for ajusting bolts. Those will be in some sort of plate that is able to slide back and forth by loosening or tightening. Check for the tensioner first!
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Posted on Oct 08, 2010
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