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There are 2 belts on mk6 fiesta, certainly on petrol models. Both are stretch belt types so a special tool is required (officially) or it can be done with some careful screwdriver placement and turning the crank. 

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If youre needing to replace your alternator belt, it may be worth checking your timing belt doesn't need doing too...

The belts are a complete pain in the backside unless you half a good tool, or good screwdriver & big manhood...

I spent nearly 4 hours with a rubbish tool trying to refit mine after a timing belt change. In anger I picked up a half inch extension bar & popped it on first try! Haha

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8 hours ago, GingerFlame said:

If youre needing to replace your alternator belt, it may be worth checking your timing belt doesn't need doing too...

The belts are a complete pain in the backside unless you half a good tool, or good screwdriver & big manhood...

I spent nearly 4 hours with a rubbish tool trying to refit mine after a timing belt change. In anger I picked up a half inch extension bar & popped it on first try! Haha

www.yorkshiredetailing.co.uk - approved resellers of the Highest quality Detailing & Valeting supplies

Hmm, is it a good screwdriver I have or big manhood.. Haha. 

Doing another timing belt tomorow so will have the pleasure yet again this month of doing these stretch belts lol. 

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