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Rotate the tensioner. Remove the old belt. Thread the new belt around the pulleys so the last part is about to go onto a round idler. Rotate the tensioner to give some slack and slide the belt onto the idler. Release the tensioner. Done
Posted on Sep 21, 2017
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Turn the steering wheel and turn the key at the same time.
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