I think your best bet would be to get a haynes manual for gm cars. i just got one for my lesabre to do some work on it and it has great detailed instructions and wonderful pictures and diagrams. u can order them online. just go to haynes.com and select your car
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Easy job on those vehicles. Usually need a wrench that fits over the belt tensioner, and you raise or lower it, taking tension off the belt. then just slip it off the nearest pulley-often the alternator pulley. Now you can let go of the tensioner and remove belt. Notice how it is fit. There should be a diagram on a sticker of how the belt fits on.
On the underside of the hood or on the radiator shroud there should be a decal showing the routing of the belt for the engine that came in the car. The tensioner pulley (should be designated on the decal) will need to be moved to remove the old one and to reinstall the new.
I found the diagram in my owner's manual.
I replaced the belt on mine just 2 days ago. All you need to do is remove one bolt from the lower motor mount and remove the spacer. After you relieve the belt tensioner, the belt will slip right through the gap. Don't forget to support the engine before removing the bolt. As a backup I took a photo of the belt with my digital camera beforehand... just in case.