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They do make an ac bypass pulley for your vehicle, then use the same belt. I'm not aware of a belt for this vehicle w/o ac.
I'm not saying you can't take a string and measure around all the pulleys you need to use, then go to the auto store and see if they will let you check all their belts for something that might work? That sounds like a lot of trouble to go to, when you can just use a bypass pulley.
2004 And 2005 There is no bypass pulley manufactured, even though all of them come with AC. but I am learning although mechanics dont want to admit it, if you remove the ac pump a shorter belt WILL work, in fact it will work (very temperorerly because there is a slight rub) without the removeal of ac pump. but a 15 milmeter wrench will get it home to remove the AC pump about 4 hours labor. Orielly's master pro K060815, Auto Zone 822K6, or preptstone 825K6 will work. GOOD LUCK FRIENDS
The cause of this is that the roller bearing that the AC compressor pulley turns on is frozen up, the bearing can be replaced but you will need to buy the pulley assembly to get the bearing and you will need a special puller to remove the pressed on pulley. As far as finding a proper belt size to bypass the compressor that is nearly impossible to do, you may get the measurements right but in most cases the belt size you need will not be available, When the factory builds a car or truck with "AC Delete" they install a bypass pulley and the same belt is used for both with and without AC. The cost to replace the bearing is low, and that would be the by far the easiest thing to do here. You can buy the AC tool you need online, just google the year and make.
My sincere apologies for the delayed response. I am personally going back to answer your unanswered questions. I have only been a free contributor to this site for the past 4-months.
I do not know if you still need this information, but I am going ahead and answering it anyway.
CLICKon the following LINK. It has several Belt Diagrams, one which will match your specific engine and options (AC/No AC, Power Steering, .etc) that you will need.
To directly answer your question: YES the Power Steering Pump is part of the Serpentine Belt Route. Let me know if this helped... Again my apologies..