Question about 1994 Geo Metro
I'm not absolutely certain on your year but if you check the inside diameter of the belt tensioner you should find either a square or hex hole or a hex bolt head in the middle. If so just take the appropriate tool and by using it as a lever you will be able to release the tension from the belt. It takes two hands so be careful that the tool does not slip off. Most tension pulleys work this way differing only in the type of tool used as the lever.
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