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Old 14 Nov 2011, 01:46 pm
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Default How to replace 2001 honda accord power steering belt?

How to replace 2001 honda accord power steering belt?
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Old 14 Nov 2011, 02:01 pm
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The power steering pump has a tensioner adjustment screw that allows the belt to be loosened just by turning the bolt.

then the belt should have enough slack for you to remove from pulley.
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