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support the right side of the motor. remove the right side engine mount (5-7 bolts) using a socket wrench or serpentine belt wrench take tention off the tensioner while keeping tension off the tensioner remove the belt. NOTE: take notice of how the belt is routed.
2006 Saturn Vue with a 3.5L engine V-6, Saturn recommends replacing timing belt every 100,000 miles, also replace water pump, due to it is timing belt driven, this is an interference engine which piston to valve damage will occur in the event of timing belt failure.Hope this was very helpful.
At you mileage, I say its due, not worth risking it breaking and bending the valves, also recomended changing are the water pump, timing belt tensioner, and idler for teh regular belts
Probably cost around $500 - $750