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Trying to change the alternator on my 94 v6 3.0 toyota camry but dont know how to take the belt off

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  • biggbrian06 Nov 14, 2010

    the camry doesnt have a tensioner its connecte only three thikngs but no tensioner

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First,make a diagram of how the belt is routed to put back on if you already haven't,and for future reference if it ever snaps.There is a component in the belt system called a tensioner.It is pretty much just a wheel which doesn't appear to be attached to anything significant.It is spring loaded.If you push down on it or move it in the opposite direction from where the belt goes around it,it should move enough so that you can slip the belt off.It may be tough to move but is moveable.If you end up with the belt coming off of the whole system,start at the bottom of the engine and work your way up on both sides,ending at the tensioner.If it doesn't pop completely back up,just turn over the starter real quick and that should do it.Good luck,Greg

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  • Greg McCarthy Nov 14, 2010

    If you loosened the alternator,it should move to be able to remove the belt if there is no tensioner.I assume it is a serpentine(1 belt system)correct?If there is no tensioner,what else is it wrapped around?Engine,power steer,and alternator?

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