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You'll need to buy a tensioner release tool to do the job. Any auto parts store sells them. Use the tool to release the tension by moving the pulley enough to get the belt off . Route the new belt around all the pulleys on the engine according to the diagram sticker under the hood.once you're ready to put tension on the new belt, move the pulley again and put the belt under the pulley. Release the tool and you're done.
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there is a tension pulley (check the diagram stiker on hood or crossmember) using a serpentine belt tool fit the correct socket on center nut of tensioner and pull to release tension. If tensioner will not move either way or does not spring fully back replace.
There is a special tool for removing your serpentine belt. It is a long thin bar designed to get in those tight spots. Most auto parts stores have these bars. Good luck. please rate my answer as a fixya!