Tis is how I do it if the room is tight, on a rear drive like yours, it's fairly simple. I thought I did answer your question, so I don';t understand the "getting your money's worth" Statement. Serp belt and tensioner is basic stuff, so what is the problem getting the belt off? No leverage? Not accessible? All you do is turn the bolt on the tensioner with some force, this will unwind the tension and allow the removal of the belt. To install it, there is a tool available to put the belt on the lower pulleys if you cant reach them, it's a thin bar with a hook on it.
Sunday, July 11th, 2010 AT 4:08 PM