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Loosen the altenater and use a prying bar to tighten the belt by pushing the altnater so as to tighten the belt. while holding altenater in place tighten bolts back tight. Belt should be tight when finished.
disconnect positive battery cable first. Then disconnect wires on altenator then remove bolts holding altenater in place remove belt. Mount new altenater in place dont tighten bolts till you get belt back on then apply pressure to snug up belt while tightening bolts. Some times its easier to put wires back on starter before mounting just be careful not to damage wires. When this is all done reconnect positive cable and start car. While car is running disconnect positive cable if car stays running you are done reconnect cable if it does you did something wrong recheck your work. Its possible to buy a part bad right from the start.
Sounds like this problem is nothing to do with changing the drive belt,but if it was running fine then when stopped it doesnt re-start then on this year a 94 it still has an ignition module either by the coil or inside the distributor .Change it and i think this will solve your problem.