|Quote, originally posted by gotta_jet »|
|this tensioner tool?|
i use a set of snap-ring pliers. they come with 90 degree angled tips that work perfect.
some people use a fork with the end prongs bent, needle nose pliers, what have you.
make sure when you're adjusting the tensioner, to tighten the belt by adjusting the tensioner clockwise. if you tighten the tensioner backwards it can loosen easily.
Modified by gotta_jet at 4:45 AM 10-29-2006
|Quote, originally posted by fastwagen »|
|did you replace the tensioner? newer model tensioners have a larger bore, so you would need to replace the stud that it bolts to. i made that mistake.|
car will run, die, then timing will be of a tooth.