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Default Tensioner pulley change, (supercharger)

First remove the belt by turning the tensioner counterclockwise.

Now place your wrench on the idler pulley and turn the bolt clockwise. This is reverse thread.

Remove the bolt.

Then remove the pulley.

Then reverse the order to put the new pulley on.

Don't forget to check the belt travel to ensure you have everything lined up.
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