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I put a new alt. belt on my 2005 nissan sentra 1.8 and tighten the tenchner bolt and it bottom out and the belt is still loose just like the tenchner did not move.

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Compare the old belt to the new belt. You either have the wrong belt, or the belt routing is wrong.i put a new alt. - consistant_10.gif

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