Pull the tensioner to one side-this will pull the tensioner pulley away from the serpentine belt, allowing the belt to have slack, and then the belt is slipped off of one of those pulleys. Release the pressure slowly, remove the tool. Then the serpentine belt is removed all the way.
The Idler tensioner pulley bracket, can only be moved in one direction, to take pressure off of the serpentine belt. The direction opposite of it putting pressure on the serpentine belt.
Saturday, October 20th, 2012 AT 9:45 PM