Question about 1991 Plymouth Grand Voyager
Without getting into a long winded process, your best bet is to purchase a vehicle specific repair manual from your local major chain auto parts store (Pep Boys, Advance, Auto Zone, O'Reilly's, etc.) which should clearly outline how to perform this procedure. Shouldn't cost more than $20 for the manual.
If all you need is the pulley, that shouldn't run over $20, but if you have to buy the entire tensioner assembly, that will run probably $45.
This isn't a difficult thing to do and you'll get a lot of satisfaction in having done the job yourself.
Posted on Jan 01, 2011
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The proper belt routing is included in this section, however, it is a good idea to make a simple drawing of the belt routing of your engine for installation reference before removing the belt.
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