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Old 03 Aug 2010, 12:29 pm
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Default replace belts

how do I replace the AC/POWER STEERING belt and while I'm at it , the ALT. BELT ON AN '01 pt 2.4 L w/ AUTO
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Old 03 Aug 2010, 01:10 pm
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Default Re: replace belts

Jack the car up, take the passenger side wheel off. Take the inner fender off and you'll have access to everything you need. No.#1 is the tensioner that keeps the serpentine belt tight. The alternator belt is put on by loosening the adjustment nut on the alternator bracket.

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