Re: Belt Tensioner Adjustment

No adjustment. If the engine had normal mileage for the age, it's not a bad idea to replace the tensioner before it fails, but with 18K miles it's still new.
GW
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Ummmm GW ........ Take a guess how many miles are on MY belt tensioner
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Harry Face wrote:

Yup, 239k on my Astro belt tensioner also.
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