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Old 05-29-1999, 09:30 PM
Benzmac
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I have seen many times that the belt tensioner fails right after being adjusted. This is especially true when the tensioner is old! The rubber will find a spot where it likes to travel and when a new alternator or belt is installed the tensioner fails. It is not the tech's fault when this happens, just an old part!! When I feel it is called for I write one on the estamate sheet to warn the customer in advance!!

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