Heres a pic of your belt setup. The auto tensioner is spring loaded and you should be able to out a wrench on the nut right on the tensioner pully to release the spring tension and remove the belt. Fit on the new belt and turn the tensioner to complete the installation.
January, 29, 2007 AT 1:09 PM
Sorry that one looks kind of small!
January, 29, 2007 AT 2:26 PM
Your picture and explanation was greatly appreciated. I tried it and all worked great. Many Thanks, Auggie.