Another trick, this one for getting the belt back on, is to route the belt around all of the pulleys with "lips" on the edges, and use the tensioner pulley (no lip / just smooth) as the last one. That way you can slip it on without needing to pull the tensioner pulley really REALLY hard/far.
SOLD - 2004 TSX, PWP on Ebony, 6MT, #00032. 2006 short block put in at 92,000km --> warranties are a good thing!.
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NOW - 2014 Kia Optima SX-T turbo fun family hauler.