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for the most part there is a diagram under the hood showing you how the belt goes give this website a try www.webcrawler.com and www.alldatadiy.com and www.autozone.com if all fails stop by your local GM-dealership in the parts department and they be able to print you off the pictures and diagrams you will need wish you the best of luck Michigan Man.
Diagram should be under the hood
The auto tensioneris down low and dificult to get to.
If it has not been changed in a while you will need a long thin push stick and a serpentine tool.
Push on the belt hard at the auto adjuster and pop the belt off the smooth pully (located top).
hook up the serpentine belt tool and then mount the new belt
They have diagrams for the routing of the new belt..
As for actually doing it.
1. you need to release the tension idler to release belt. This can be done with a simple ratchet, its spring loaded so it takes some muscle.
fit the new belt in the correct routing from the website i gave you and there you go.
there will be a diagram of the routing of the belt on the bottom side of the hood. You need to specify what engine you have also. One common thing is the tension pulley, you will need to pry on it to relieve tension in order to put the belt on. Make sure you save the alternator for last as you can get to it a lot easier that the rest.