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To perform the seal replacement, the drive belt must be removed......so, the only additional labor that you are responsible for is the time it takes to exchange the tensioner.....ten minutes on a bad day.
Does it have to be completely removed, or does it only have to be set aside? The reason I ask is that to change the belt you have to "open" the engine mount. If it only has to be removed from the engine and moved aside, you probably don't.
 
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