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Old 08-29-2002, 12:05 AM   #11
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I just recently had both my belts replaced on my 97 SSEI and one had to be removed by removing the mount.
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Once I saw mine, I said forget trying it myself and took it to the dealer. Luckily I had just bought the car (used), and the dealer was cool enough to throw it on for free for me. I supplied the belt, they supplied the labor. The servie guy told me they had to remove the mount as well. :(

Unfortunately, that was almost 60,000 miles ago, and it probably wouldnt hurt to change it again :( This time I might do it myself, somehow...
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I guess theyre must be a big diff between SSE SSEI and Se. I have an Se and mine is a snap. I mean just like a 5 minute waiting for the oil to drain jobber (Although I prolly wouldent do it while the car was on jackstands lol).
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It is easy as pie and I can do it in that 20-30 min time. Use a jack to support most of the engine weight and then undo the obvious bolt you will find there is a hollow bar that comes off and this is where to do it. And for that matter you could undo the entire mount and call it done just as fast.

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