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whoa whoa whoa... you don't have to remove the tensioner.
It should be an easy job.
Just take off the housing cover and you can just replace the o-ring.

Repeat... do not remove the actual tensioner... just the cover.

I wish you had a Verison phone... we could call each other for free!

Remove the tunnel cover and look down there and check if you can see if the seal is still in place correctly.

I replaced the old one without removing the trans.
I just removed the coupler, used some surgical picks to remove the old seal, and placed the new one on there with a mallet and a socket thge same diameter as the seal.
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Old 01-31-2004, 08:10 PM
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