Question about 1998 Dodge Caravan
On the Caravan, there are several "pulleys" on the front of the engine. One of which is called the "tensioner", The tensioner has either a slot in it(that you can use 3/8 drive ratchet, or extension in it) , or a Hex shaped, or bolt head shaped piece on it. And it is spring loaded, for auto adjustment. And in most cases, there is a sticker under the hood that will show you the belt routing diagram.(if not, check your owners manual in the glove compartment). You will need to loosly position the belt over the pullys as shown in the diagram. And then using your tool to move the tensioner pulley back, will give the belt enough room to place it over the last remaining pulley. Then just release the tension that you have on your tool, and remove it, and you should be in business.
Posted on Jan 01, 2011
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