Question about Eagle Talon
Get a new belt from an autoparts store, to suit your vehicle year and model.
The alternator has to be loosened to fit the new belt. There's usually two locations to loosen
Make sure that the alternator does actually rotate. If not, get it serviced or replaced.
Swivel the alternator back down and tighten the clamp arm so there's about 8-10mm of movement when you press the belt.
Tighten up the lower pivot bolt.
If you don't have the tools or skills to do this, have the car towed to a garage.
Posted on Jan 03, 2011
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