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I know this is no help really, but I have the part numbers for the belts but no diagram. I only have diagrams for serpentine belts. Generally, the ac belt is the last one on the crank pulley. You should be able to tell if it goes around a pulley if you have empty pulley grooves. Most V8 GM engines ran the AC belt around the crank and the water pump, but it depends on where they mounted the ac compressor. And usually the compressor pivoted to adjust the tension. If you can look down the groove of the ac clutch pulley and see any empty pulley grooves I would try running the belt in those grooves. According to my Gates book, the alt belt goes around the crank and fan pulley, and the ac belt does too.
It cost the same for you to do an oil change or take it some where and have them do it, about $15 - $25 take it to someone who knows what there doing, you don't want to burn your car up because you left the oil filter gasket on.
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I think you have a short where the wiring harness plugs into the fuse block .I'ts located on the firewall,just above the battery. Look at the lower left corner for signs of a hot spot,melting or burned wire.