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2003 galant serpentine belt replacement

My daughter just bought a 03 galant, had it for 10 days and calls me to tell me it just died and won't do anything when she turns the key. I had her lift the hood and sure enough no alternator belt, how hard is it to replace? Do I need a jack for the engine? Any help is appreciated

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  • rcmower Jan 12, 2009

    04 galant I cant even see the serpentine belt tensioner.I need to put in a new alternater but I cant get the belt off.Thanks, Mike.

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Pick up a belt at you local auto parts store you wont need a jack just a couple of metric wrenches and a rachet. under the hood will be the routing for the belt . follow it exactly. make sure all the pulleys spin . they all will except the crank. if any other one doesnt spin you found the reason the belt broke. let me know if you cant find the diagram ill send it to ya.
hope this helps

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