Question about Oldsmobile Cars & Trucks
You have to release the tension on the tensioner pulley. So find the tensioner pulley. It will either have a bolt you can put a wrench on to lever it, or it will have a square hole to put a ratchet wrench in and lever it that way. Once the pulley is moved, then slip the belt off. Note how it is routed in case you don't have a diagram printed in the engine bay.
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