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Old 03-12-2011, 07:43 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey yall My Accessory Belt Tensioner Recently Went Out On my 06 f350 with a 6.0 in it! Just wondering if anyone had a how to thread or website or something to give me a good idea of how to change it out! My local shop wants close to 400$ for the install and its a $100 part Any advice or how tos would be greatly appreciated!
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The tensioner itself is not that hard to change, there are just a couple of bolts. But getting to it can be a pain thanks to the stator. Sorry I don't have a write up on changing it. I took my stator off, so changing mine was real easy.
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Thanks For The info..How Hard Is It To Take The Stator Off? Jus Curious!
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I lost DIY link, but use "search...belt tensioner" Lots of info. Good luck!
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