Question about Lincoln Continental
The tensioner is under spring force to keep the belt tight.
You put a wrench on the bolt head in the center and use it to lever the spring force off of the belt. While the tension is off the belt can be temoved(be careful that tensioner can snap down and whack your knuckles) Take a pic of the belt routing before you remove it, so you will have an idea how it goes back on
Posted on Oct 11, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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