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Easy. there are three bolts to the right of it. You can clearely see it in the timing belt diagram. The three bolts are under the camshaft sprocket on the left. i just did this last week. easy as hell. Make sure to tighted really good. also use metric sockets so you wont strip screws.
http://www.aa1car.com/library/timing_belt_aveo.htm

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