Belt time way off?

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Belt time way off?

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4A4AR3AU4EE029677 14 outlander, look up alternator belt replacement, time says 2.0 hours, need to remove radiator, not sure why, it is transverse and has room and a tensioner to remove belt
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The procedure states to remove the radiator CONDENSER TANK, not the radiator. That time does seem high though.
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In the labor look up it said remove radiator, so that is why I was asking. It did not say tank. But that makes more sense but still not 2 ours worth.
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Yeah, anytime I see something that looks off in the labor guide I always look at the procedure.
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I didn't waste that time, just had to get the job done, and not in 2 hours! LOL
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