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How do i remove serpentine belt to change water pump?

How do i remove serpintine belt to change water pump on a 2002 camry?

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    I NEED TO PUT THE BELT BACK. IS THERE A DIAGRAM I COULD LOOK AT FOR A 2003 TOYATA CAMRY

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There is a pulley thast moves around a little when the engine is running, this is the belt tensioner pulley, you will need either a special wrench or a ratchet to release the tension on the belt.

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