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I am not familiar with Daewoo but typically there is a belt tensioner on the belt area. There should be a description of the belt routing on the shroud above the radiator showing the proper routing of the belt. Put a breaker bar and socket on the tensioner pull back until the belt has slack. Remove the belt and then reroute it according to the diagram.

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