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We are trying to replace a 1995 Plymouth Voyager, how do you remove the belt-we can't locate the belt tensionor?

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The tensioner is located just under the alternator. It has a nut sticking out for you to put a wrench or socket on. Be sure to pull down to install the new belt.

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