That is a good point wrench when I have seen those cars overcharged the high/low switch will cycle the compressor off I havent really seen them make the belt slip unless the a/c compressor or a/c clutch locking up. But anything is possible what are your a/c pressures?Also yes you can replace the belt tenisor thru the wheel well you just have to support the engine with a piece of wood between the floor jack and the oil pan. Then remove the upper engine mount and the side splash cover. You then can raise and lower the engine with the floor jack to get to the belt and the top and bottom bolt holding the tenisor in place.
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Saturday, June 11th, 2011 AT 10:39 PM