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Hello i need to change the altanator belt on my alfa 156 but dont no where to start . carnt find tensioners and need some kind of diagram

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If you look at the front ov the car open bonnet left hand side you'll see about six or seven pulleys the alternator one is the smallest ov them cos ive just ad mine done

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