yes, like bad man said above thats a very easy way to remove the belt, but to add to it, when you have the belt off you can check your idle pullies and tension pullies by simply giving them a turn, listen to the noise it makes, if one makes a substancial amount more than the rest you might have your problem, however without a trained ear its very difficult to pick the one that may be slightly different. however you didnt specify that its a very loud consistant squeeking so you may just have to deal with the belt.
usually the top idle pully seems to go first (for some reason) pay attention to that one, also check your tension pully as well.
good luck let us know if you need more help and also update us on your findings.
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