I don't have a picture but it is pretty simple to replace. The only requirement is that you need to remove the waterpump pulley & ps pulley, damper shock and the serpentine belt. After you remove the pulleys the assembly is visible. I recently replaced the belt tensioner, damper shock, fan clutch bearing and serpentine belt. Since it was my first time it took me about 4hrs to finish the job. If had to do it again it probably won't take more than 2 hrs. My mechanic quoted $450 just for labor. I will post a detailed set of instructions on how to replace the tensioner ASAP.
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