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Look for the pulley that seems to have a plate across the front of it, when you find that look for two alloy pipes coming from the unit to confirm it is the compressor. There is a significantly smaller pump for power steer, it also will have two pipes coming from it but they will be black and probably covered in oil. Remove the belt from the air con compressor, replace with a smaller belt if the same belt runs any other auxiliary devices. Alternatively, to locate the compressor... Follow the two alloy pipes running from the firewall (one will be wrapped in insulation foam) around the engine to the compressor.
any chance you'r not puting it in correctly? where did you get number for belt ,did you make sure numbers on old belt cross over to new one ,and did the parts place know of all options on your car ,(example some cars dont all have the same options under hood ) is it way to big or way to small , if you tell the parts people you need a belt 1 size bigger or 1 smaller ,they will find the problem and get you the correct one.
well its bedtime in this time zone so if you dont get a reply then answer this post and tomorrow after work i will explain how to do it with no timing marks .Do not play with it in case you bend the valves