Belt(s) replacement

gvgregory
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Asked by gvgregory Apr 06, 2013 at 01:35 PM about the 2003 Mitsubishi Lancer

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Is this an easy job or for a pro?
Thanks.

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Tom Demyan
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Easy enough if you have the right tools and turn a wrench.

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tenspeed
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Serpentine belt to the water pump and alternator could be a DIY project. A timing belt is more advanced and should usually be left to a professional.

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judge_roy
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on a lancer=easy on a SAAB = difficult.

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gvgregory
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Thanks guys...enjoy the weekend.

judge_roy
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gvgregory, are you afraid to do this? Do you normally work in a Tropical Fish store? these things can be a bit intimidating with their spring-loaded tensioners and such...am fortunate to have a 1/2 breaker bar...you'll probably need one to change the belt...once you figure it out, it will go easy-

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