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Loosen alternator, push it towards the block until belt is loose. Pull the belt off and replace. Once the new belt is on push the alternator away from the block until belt is tight and tighten bolt/bolts. You might need a bar to keep tension on the alternator while tightening bolt/bolts.
Posted on Oct 20, 2016
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