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Old 07-08-2013, 11:22 AM   #1
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tension pulley

Trying to install a new alternater any ideas on how to release the tension pulley??? Ned help asap
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Put a breaker bar and socket on the tensioner and pull it to the left.
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Put a breaker bar and socket on the tensioner and pull it to the left.
New to this is that the bolt of the back of it not sure were to put the socket I've had ppl say you don't have to unbolt anything but just pull it so I'm not sure pics would help a lot thanks
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It's the bolt on the right where the tensioner touches the belt.

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It's the bolt on the right where the tensioner touches the belt.
Ok but mine don't have a bolt right there its just flat
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I only have experience with the type in my photo. Maybe someone else can give you a hand.
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There should be a 1/2 drive square whole on the arm just put a breaker bar in it
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