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Tensioner Pulley on 97 GT - how to change it

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Old 06-11-2006, 07:15 PM   #1
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Default Tensioner Pulley on 97 GT - how to change it

I've got a squealing tensioner pulley and I bought a replacement the other day. I went to throw it on there today, thinkin it'd be an easy job, but it looks like the whole tensioner assembly's gotta come off to get at the pulley. Is this the case? What steps are there to taking the whole tensioner off the car? Big deal? Looks like the bracket for the distributor/spark plugs has to come off in order to get the tensioner off too ... ?
Wes Hinchcliffe
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