Here are the instructions for that belt.
POWER STEERING V-BELT: Inspection: On 4-cylinder engines, a V-belt is used to drive the power steering pump. Check the condition of V-belt for splits in the base material, separation of layers, fraying of cords, flank wear, glazing, traces of oil or grease. If any of these conditions exist, the belt should be replaced. Check V-belt tension by applying firm thumb pressure to the area of the belt between the two pulleys that are furthest apart. Adjust belt tension if necessary.Adjusting:
1. Loosen power steering pump securing bolts and nuts until V-belt is loose.NOTE: Loosen adjustment clamping bolt (3) at least one full turn.2. Adjust V-belt tension by torquing tensioning nut to the specification listed below. Tighten clamping bolt when tension is correct. Tighten remaining securing bolts.NOTE: When the tensioning nut is torqued to the specified setting, belt tension will be correct.Tightening Torques: - V-belt tensioning nut (3):- Used belts: 4 Nm (35 in lb).- New belts: 7 Nm (62 in lb).- Clamping bolt (3): 25 Nm (18 ft lb).- Upper securing bolt (1): 45 Nm (33 ft lb).- Lower securing bolt/nut (2/4): 25 Nm (18 ft lb).