Question about 2001 Chevrolet Silverado 1500
The tensioner is on the passenger side of the motor. If you push on the belt firmly you will see it move. You will need either a 15mm box end wrench or a socket with a ratchet. Place your tool of choice on the center bolt on the pulley and rotate it clockwise. if the belt doesn't loosen up rotate it counter clockwise (i'm drawing a blank right know).
Make sure you notate how the belt is routed before you take it off so you know how the new one goes in.
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