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tighting the alternator belt!!help!

 
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Old 26 Mar 2011, 08:11 pm
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Default tighting the alternator belt!!help!

can someone please help me how to tight the alternator belt on my 03 pt crusier...like if you can,can you please show me step by step how to tighten it.thank you in advance
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Old 26 Mar 2011, 08:26 pm
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Default Re: tighting the alternator belt!!help!

Did you ever get the ignition and key problem straightened out? You asked that question, we gave you answers and you never came back until now with another problem.

Do you know where the alternator is? Do you know how to get to it? Do you now where the bolt it that holds the alternator in place? Loosen that bolt and pull the alternator till the belt is tight and re-tighten it. Not too tight or your burn out the alternator.
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