Question about 2005 Chevrolet Colorado
You need to make sure there is a sticker under the hood that shows the belt routing. If there is not you need to carefully draw one yourself. Then all you have to do is release the tension on the belt by placing a tool, usually a 3/8ths drive ratchet in to the square in the belt tensioner and rotating to relieve the tension on the belt . Than slide it off all the pulley and put your new one in place. You will need someone to hold it while the tension is released. Hold it in place with you finger at the alternator than slide it over and relaese the tensioner. Always make sure that it has not moved and is aligned in all the groves perfectly. Lee
Posted on Jan 03, 2011
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