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There is a roller that provides tension on the belt to keep it in place. It is near the top of the engine. You can probably find a diagram on the internet that will show you which one exactly.
You take a wrench or socket-ratchet (I think about 14-15mm) and turn it clockwise to move the roller which loosens the tension. You will need to hold that tension while putting the belt on. When the belt is in position, let up on the tension and the roller will move back intoplace and tighten the belt.
if there is a auto zone near you they will print you out a diagram for free and if you have a local library near you you can get pictures and diagrams showing you step by step how to do everything on your car.