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No diagram but here is how it goes: 1. around the power steering pulley (going ccw) 2.under the idler pulley 3. over the a/c compressor 4.around alternator 5.over top of fan pulley 6.arolund crank pulley 7. over water pump, returning to bottom of p/s pulley. Running, the water pump should turn ccw.

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