How to Change a Tensioner on a 1993 Saturn SW1?

Answer When a tensioner fails or is worn, it can cause damage to the drive belt. If it completely fails, it can leave a motorist stranded and damage engine components. The tensioner should be changed at t... Read More »

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How Do I Replace the Tensioner Pulley for the Serpentine Belt on a 1993 Saturn SL2?

The belt tensioner on the 1993 Saturn SL2 is the main component that keeps the belt at the proper tension. The belt travels under the pulley that is attached to the bottom of the belt tensioner. Wh... Read More »

How to Change a Tensioner on a 1994 Saturn SW2?

The belt tensioner on a 1994 Saturn SW2 is a spring-loaded automatic type of tensioner. Unfortunately, the factory-issue plastic belt tensioner pulley wears out relatively fast. The belt wears a gr... Read More »

How to Change a 1996 Saturn Belt Tensioner?

The belt tensioner provides consistent force on the serpentine belt to help run integral parts, like the alternator and water pump, in your Saturn. When the tensioner goes bad, it begins to shake ... Read More »

How to Replace the Tensioner on a 1993 Blazer?

The tensioner pulley on the 1993 Chevy Blazer maintains tension on the drive belt. The pulley rotates with the belt as the crankshaft pulley turns the belt. The tensioner pulley has a bearing press... Read More »