1996 roadmaster lt1 pully tensioners

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    I was recently doing some work on my 1996 Buick roadmaster estate wagon I want to change the tensioners I was able to find one for the serpentin belt which runs the accessories but there's a second belt which runs the engine that tensioner I could not find anywhere. Does anyone know where it can be found?
     
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    Sorry I said that backwards yes it is easy to get its the other I cant find. It has only two bolts and is NOT triangular shaped.
     
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    So you do need the fan belt tensioner? Follow my link above for part number 10186118. From my research that is the correct tensioner for that. If it is the other accessory belt tensioner that I linked from RockAuto I'm not sure. All of the tensioners they list for that look the same.
     

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