Drive Belt Auto-Tensioner Air Bleeding CR-V

Drive Belt Auto-Tensioner Air Bleeding

1.Drive Belt - Remove

NOTE: After the drive belt is removed, remove the pin from the drive belt auto-tensioner.

2.Drive Belt Auto-Tensioner - Air Bleed

1- Attach a socket wrench to the drive belt auto-tensioner from above the engine. Slowly (at least 3 seconds) compress the auto-tensioner in the direction shown, the full length of its stroke, then slowly (at least 3 seconds) move the auto-tensioner in the opposite direction, the full length of its stroke. Repeat this operation three times- 3.All Removed Parts - Install

1- Install the parts in the reverse order of removal.

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