I tried to look it up on our Mitchell system but it doesn't show a diagram for Forenza or Reno. Without a diagram you just have to figure it out. It usually will only go on one way. Look for pullys with and with out grooves.
For those who can picture this. Draw a picture of you pulleys as the sit in the car and you belt goes on like this.......
Over the top of the Alternator and Power Steering pulley.
From the bottom of the alternator wrap it around the tnsioner and then back around the crank pulley.
Once you have all of these on you swing the tensioner as far as you can and pull the belt from the bottom of the crank pulley and the front of the power steering pulley around the AC compressor pulley and you done.
So the belt will go around the alternator at the top rear of engine bay over the top of the power steering pulley around the bottom from the front of the ac pulley. Back all the way around from the bottom of the crank pulley to the tensioner (Back of the belt touches the tensioner) which you go around from the bottom to the top on the way back to the alternator.
Hope it helps.
So if you go around the outside of all pulleys with the exception of between the Crank Pulley and Alternator Pulley you detour to the tensioner with the back side of the belt.
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