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Replacing serpentine belt

(2003 Mazda Protege5)
in Aurora, CO on November 05, 2009
how does the belt release tension so i can slip in the serpentine belt.
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on May 04, 2010
usually there is a spot somewhere along the belt where you'll need some sort of pry bar to press it up, on my car i used my hand and some elbow grease, pain in the ass usually, some cars its very easy though
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