Question about 1998 Ford Taurus
You have a (spring loaded) tensioner that will have a pulley on it. There is probably an idler pulley too. there will be a 15mm head on the bolt...get a 15mm (6 point) wrench on it and pull that pulley hard like you are tightening it. if it starts to move you will release the tension from the belt, and just pull it over the pulley closest to your other hand. pay attention to your belt routing....install new belt....pull tensioner pulley same as before, and put your belt around all pulleys....release tensioner and you are good to go. these pulleys can get a little tight over the years so give it some elbow grease.
Posted on Nov 14, 2010
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