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This information should be in your owners manual or listed on a decal in the engine compartment (under hood or on radiator support). If not, just Google this information. There is more than one sight that offers this information for free regarding your specific vehicle. Hope this helps.
Install a breaker bar in the 1?2 in. square hole in the automatic tensioner arm.
Rotate the tensioner away from the belt with the breaker bar.
Lift the old belt over the alternator pulley flange and remove it. To install:
Position the new belt over all the pulleys, except the alternator pulley, rotate the tensioner as described above and install the belt on the alternator pulley. Refer to the belt routing illustration on the sticker located at the front of the engine compartment. Ensure that all the V-grooves and all the ribs on the belt properly contact the grooves on the pulleys.
Rotate the tensioner toward the belt and remove the breaker bar.
Fig. 1: Make sure the belt makes proper contact with the pulley grooves
Fig. 2: Accessory drive belt routing - 4.6L engine
Generally there should be a decal affixed to your car under the hood. It will show a scketch of the belt routing. It is a standard equipt decal installed when the car was built. It maybe on the inner hood or somewhere sticking to the inner skirt or radiator cover in the engines compartment