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Threading diagram link: (ehow has a threading diagram also)http://www.sewusa.com/Threading_Diagrams/Threading_Pages/Necchi_Sewing_Machine_Threading/Necchi_4795_threading_Diagram.htm Parts link: http://www.sewingpartsonline.com/sewing-machine-belts.aspx
One doesn't need a serpentine belt diagram to thread a new belt to the pulleys.
Just note which pulleys are smooth and which have grooves in them, and 'thread' the belt loosely around the pulleys in a fashion where the smooth part articulates with the smooth part, and the grooved inner part articulates with the grooved part.
Do this until the last pulley is the tensioner pulley, which can have its tension released with a breaker bar.
You don't need a belt diagram. Just thread the belt with the back 'smooth' part to the smooth pulleys, and the 'grooved' part of the belt to the grooved pulleys until the last pulley you have is the tensioner pulley that is turned using a breaker bar in most cases.
A person doesn't need a diagram to replace a serpentine belt.
Simply thread the belt around the pulleys alternating between smooth pulley to back of the belt, and the grooved pulleys to the inside of the belt, until the last pulley is the tensioner pulley, which is loosened using a breaker bar.
for your car, you need a repair manual for the diagram if it's not under your hood on a decal. And yes, you may need a special tool for the tensioner. see if Chilton has a repair manual for your specific car.