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Keeping the drive belts tight that turn your accessories' pulleys is the responsibility of your Pontiac Sunbird drive belt tensioner. Your engine accessories are essentially siphoning power from the crank and sending it to your accessories through a drive or serpentine belt. Due to the pressure these belts are operating under, they could simply come off the pulleys unless the belt tensioner keeps them in contact; potentially leaving your car or truck without the use of its alternator, A/C compressor, or more. Pontiac Sunbird engines have drive or serpentine belt tensioners that should be adjusted regularly so that the belts can keep working properly.
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