Continuing with the maintenance videos on my 160k 2014 Mazda 6 GT, today I tackle the Belt Tensioner and replace the drive belts.
I got this car with 53K in April 2018, so its safe to say that this is probably the original drive belts. People have reported their belts breaking with less than 35K miles! I guess I was running on borrowed time!
In my honest opinion, this job can be completed in about 90-120 minutes with basic hand tools if you have prior basic mechanical knowledge.
Tune in and if you need to replace your Leaky Tensioner or compromised cracked drive belts, this is the DIY Video for you!
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