try www.autozone.com free online service manuals also you can rent the tools
to pull the pulley at most auto parts stores some even for free with a
I was able to get the special tools needed at checker auto/Kragens only had
to leave a deposit got it back when I returned the tools.
I had to change the water pump & changed the timing belt since I was already
in there. found the AutoZone site helpful realigning the timing belt also.
You will probably need too have a vise to compress the belt tensioner and
use a small Allen wrench to hold the tensioner so you can install the belt
Hope this helps
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