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So is this an easy fix that you could do at home or will it need to go to a shop? I am a single mother and can not really afford shop fees. Also is it wise to drive the car?

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    OK the belt looks fine but question on whether it now could be the pully and that belt is too tight? If so how can this be fixed?

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This is not an "Easy" fix. If you are mechanically inclined, you may be able to do this, however, with a vehicle as old as yours, there is always the possibility for the unexpected!

HERE is a link showing detailed instructions on the fix.

Brian

Posted on Jun 18, 2008

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