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ENGINE DIVISION SERVICE MANUAL TM 5-4210-230-14&P-1 ENGINE Fig. 156 Testing Alternator Belts Using SE-2312 Gauge To  establish  tension  of  a  loose  belt,  apply  SE-2312 gauge to the belt and make the adjustment.  Tighten belt until proper area for the belt is indicated at the index mark on the gauge.        Lock    the    adjustment    and    recheck    belt    tension. Readjust as necessary. When     using     the     SE-2312     belt     tension     guage, remember  to  set  new  belts  (belt  with  less  than  two  minutes running  time)  to  the  NEW  area  on  the  gauge  face  and  used belts (more than two minutes running time) to the USED area on the gauge. NOTE:  Where  the  SE-2312  belt  tension  gauge  is not   available   or   cannot   be   used   because   of interference    with    fan    shroud,    accessories    or close    clearances,    a    deflection    check    can    be made.      Depress   the   belt   at   a   point   midway between  the  water  pump  and  alternator  pulleys. One-half     inch     (2")     deflection     is     considered acceptable  as  a  final  setting  after  the  belt  has been operated for a short period of time. The  air  or  freon  compressor  and  power  steering  or air pump belts are adjusted in a similar manner. CGES-210  Page 65 PRINTED IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

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