Join Date: Aug 2004
Location: Southern California
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The little metal tang that holds the tensioner inthe locked position is the trick. You should be able to pull the belt and push the tang into the notch so it holds the tensioner in place. lift the belt off and remove the alt and repalce it. to reinstall the belt just line it up and yanc on it. the tang is spring loaded and it will move out as soon as you let the pressure off. If you don;'t havethe strength use a pry bar or big screw driver to pry the belt. put it under the belt and against the alternator for leverage.
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