Well, last couple days have been a blast on the Hardbarger homefront. My car bit the dust, wifes car's heater core started leaking the same day. Last night was just another adventure for us. Wife called and said she was on her way home from picking up Madison around 4. Well, at 6 she was still not home. The serpetine belt broke on her dads car, the 99 Olds (Alero I think, not sure) that I am referring to in title of post. No big deal, serpentine belts are easy to replace right??? WRONG!!!!! These idiot engineers at the Olds plant that year decided that if your belt ever breaks then you would have to remove 2 motor mounts to squeeze 1/2 the belt through so you could replace it. There is no other way around it. Remove 2 motor mounts, lower engine and squeeze belt through, then remount the motor. Just a heads up, sell the car if this ever happens to you!!!!! Luckily dad is a Master Mechanic on Heavy Equiptment and had his work truck home, or we would of never got that fixed.