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Old 10-13-2012, 05:48 PM   #1
klondike jake
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hello. can any one assist me in the removal of the serpentine belt to take off my alternator. its a zetec ,2000 yr. manual says to socket up the pully and turn clockwise. it wont go .feels like im going to break it. cant get a breaker bar and socket on it either . no clearance between the bolt and inside fender wall.


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