The arrow on the tensioner is WAY out of the "Good" range. A new one is $80. Is it possible to just replace the spring? Are there any other cars to look for at the junkyard that used the same tensioner?
Hmmm. My old belt was in bad shape so I did put a new one on. I tried a few different sizes to find one to work. I tried a few that were too short and too long until I found one to go on. Like I said, it reads out-of-range. I assumed it was the tensioner since I tried several belts and this seemed to be the right one. It's been working fine for a long time but I'm going to removing my AC soon and figured I'd do it at the same time.
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