You're right about the v6 tensioner. Did from top. removed motor mount. DId belt from underneath. Took me about 10 minutes to figure out you had to get at tensioner bolts by aligning holes in pulley ! Man, it this engine squeezed in tight. It was fun doing the rear plugs on the V6 too. :) I have a love/hate relationship with the V6 (wife's 2008 Aero sedan). â€ he other three (daughhter's 2003 & 2005) and my 2011 convertible are the b207-very nice to work on these...
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