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I have a 1993 suburban and I replaced the belt ten and the idler pully and put a new serpentin belt on and it is still loose what do I need to do to tighten it up

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  • Samuel Charles Spriggs Feb 11, 2011

    What proceudre didi you use to tighten the belt when you replaced the tensioner / pulley?

    Charlie

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Your belt ten is not working the way it suppost to work.

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