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Old 03-25-2017, 01:22 PM
moe green moe green is offline
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Location: sweden
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Mein Auto: Bmw 535d-05
belt tensioner

Hello , im new to this forum, i have a bmw 535d-05
i have a problem to remove the belt tensioner for the alternatorbelt,
i look in my haynesbook and in swedish forums, but it seems like not many have that tensionermod that i have, its a 24mm bolthead on the front side and on the back side facing towards the engine its a 15mm bolthead (hexhead i ,
think you call it)
my idea was that it must be that 15mm bolt that hold the tensionerwheel, so i put my 15mm key on that, and conterhold with a 24mm socket on the front of the wheel,
but its stuck, so stuck that i start to wonder if im doing wrong?
so i decide to put a question here to see if someone can tell me that im doing right or wrong,
before i uppgrade the force, maybe i have missunderstod the construction?
i would be very thankfull if someone could enlight me regarding this problem of mine.
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