Ok, turn the steering wheel to the right all the way. Then remove the inner plastic wheel well guard that protects the crank pulley from water & splash. You will see an inverter torque head that secured the bottom of the mount. That head is on a stud that goes into the block. That stud also holds inplace a removeable sleeve that will drop out once the stud with the torq head is removed. Once you drop that sleve out you can, with some imagination, get the */C belt out. Then reverse the procedure to button it all up. The torque size is T-50, Sears carrys the socket to get it out. You can also 'trial and error' with a hex socket, some have had success with that method.
I think there is a nut on that stud too, you have to remove that before you can back out the stud.
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