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How to remove 2006 trailblazer serpentine belt

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Go to any autopart store and purchase a serpentine belt tool, they are inexpesive and come with parts 4 many different vehicles, then place tool on tensioner pulley and apply pressure untill u have enough slack in belt to remove it

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