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Old 05-17-2018, 05:17 AM   #1  
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Default DIY Video 2006 Scion xA Alternator and Power Steering Belts Replacement

I made this video to show how to remove and replace the alternator and power steering belts. When I made this I could not find any video that showed how to do both and show how to do it without cutting your hands excessively, removing the passenger side headlight or wasting unnecessary time struggling.


Thanks for watching and hope it helps.

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