DIY: Replacing Serpentine Belt on 2006 – 2009 Honda Civic hybrid. Its really easy on the Honda Civic Hybrid as the belt auto tensioner is on top of the engine and easily accessible with an adjustable wrench. Btw, my Youtube vlogs and reviews may also have associated affiliate links to products that may earn from qualifying purchases.
Dayco Belt for 2008 Honda Civic Hybrid #5040630 – https://amzn.to/2tMpkz7
Tools needed, safety googles, a adjustable wrench, a new serpentine belt, and a long stick if you hands cant reach down far enough. Make sure the engine is cool and OFF when doing any of this.
This is how i do it for entertainment, do so at your own risk or bring it to an auto repair shop . Thanks for watching.
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