How to Remove a Broken Tensioner Pulley in a Durango?

Answer The Dodge Durango uses an idler pulley and a tensioner pulley to help maintain the proper levels of tension on the serpentine belt. To differentiate between the two pulleys, the tensioner pulley bo... Read More »

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How to Remove a Taurus Tensioner Pulley?

The serpentine belt tensioner applies tension to the serpentine belt by use of an internal spring; the spring pushes an arm equipped with a pulley that rides on the belt, holding tension on it to p... Read More »

How to Remove a Tensioner Pulley on a Ford Explorer?

The tensioner pulley on your Ford Explorer is on the front left side of the engine, typically on the lower end. The tensioner consists of a bracket or arm that bolts to the engine block and contain... Read More »

How to Remove the Bolt From a Tensioner Pulley?

The tensioner pulley is on the end of a spring-loaded tensioner. The accessory drive belt rides on the pulley while the spring-loaded portion of the assembly puts tension on the accessory drive bel... Read More »

How to Remove the Tensioner Pulley in a 1996 Cadillac?

The tensioner pulley on the 1996 Cadillac maintains tension on the engine's serpentine belt. This ensures the belt stays stout enough to run the pulleys on the air conditioning compressor, power-st... Read More »