Question about 2006 Toyota Corolla
On the tension pulley, using a ratchet or breaker bar and a socket, apply pressure to the pulley to loosen the belt. remove the belt and thread the new in place, again applying pressure to the tension pulley, and finish replacing the belt. here's the pattern. t/p is you tension pulley. hope this helps
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