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Old 02-05-2012, 04:53 PM
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Question Belt Drive Belt tensioner Climate Compressor missing

Hello,

I want to change all the belt of my car because of 72000 milage and preventive maintenance.
By this way I found out that the belt tensioner for the climate compressor is missing.
It is a second hand car and I don't know what the pre owner did. When I look at the mounting point for the tensioner, then it look like that there was never a bolt in.
I dont know how they got the belt on.
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So it look like that I have to buy the tensioner,
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