Join Date: Nov 2010
Location: Mulberry, FL. USA
There is nothing to tension, if it still has the stock tensioner. It is an automatic tensioner taking up the slack by itself, unless you have removed it, then there is a procedure of locking and unlocking it as you install the bolts.
The manual warnings are more far more scary than what you can damage, once you understand how it works.
If it is a after market manual tensioner, then is different; you have to rotate the crankshaft adjust in it, but you don't say what you have.
Last edited by Hugojose; 08-15-2019 at 08:07 PM.