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So this is the first time I'm trying to do work on my car so I figured the belts are the best place to start, but one problem where are they located? I am trying to change the two belts known as my serpentine belt. When I pop the hood where are they, I have engine covers all over the place.

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When you pop the hood the belts are to the leftside.you will need to remove the pass/side fender cover to see lower part of belts, heres a diagram to help you remove and install belts correctly, loosen bolts A-B to remove the ac/ alt belt loosen A a few turn and B is what releases tension as you turn it, after you tighten the belt then you will tighten A bolt, same with the other belt you loosen C-D bolts a few turns then loosen E to release the tension on the belt then install new belt and thighten bolt E after the belt is tight then tighten C-D bolts, hope this helps. good luck.dis regaurd the wiring diagram,So this is the first time I'm trying to do work on - 1561ac9.gif0a0a47b.gif

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