Q: How do you replace the belt tensioner assembly on a nissan versa 2009 1.8 L. hatchback.

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How do you replace the belt tension assembly on a Nissan versa 2009 1.8 L. hatchback. I can't access the bolt between the engine and the fender wall. Do I need to drop the engine for access? What is your charge to complete this job. I put on a new belt but the pulley bearing is shot on the tension assembly.

My car has 123000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

Hi there. Replacing the drive belt tensioner assembly on your Nissan Versa can be a tricky task without the right tools. You can request a price estimate to have one of our mobile mechanics come to your location and complete a belt tensioner assembly replacement by clicking this link, and then click the blue Get a Quote button.

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