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How do you get the serpetine belt back on?

I'm replacing an alternator on "04 yukon. How do I get the serpetine belt back on?

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If u have the diagram the rest is easy .you will need a racket or a loaner tool from auto zone put the racket n the tensioner hole a small square hole that wil move back and forth with some force

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