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RH side of engine compartment by firewall
1. Disconnect the battery ground cable.
2. remove the drive belt (Serpentine belt)
3. Remove the power steering hose bracket from the alternator bracket.
4. Remove bolts hold alternator to bracket
5. Disconnect the alternator electrical connectors
YOU HAVE THE WRONG ALTERNATOR.ANY TIME YOU BUY ANOTHER ALTERNATOR IT SHOULD BE THE SAME WIRING HOOK UP.TAKE OLD ALTERNATOR PARTS PLACE SO THEY CAN MATCH THEM.THEY PROBABLY GIVE YOU ALTERNATOR FOR GAS ENGINE BY MISTAKE.
escort diesels dont usually have injectors with wires on them. It sounds like it has got a wrong injector fitted. Unless the wires connect to something else, a standard injector should be ok. If you are in any doubt, have a word with a techy at your local ford garage
You may have a self tensioner which applies belt tension with a spring.
Look for a spot to put a 1/'2"drive breaker bar on it and release the belt tension, then slide the belt off and install new belt. You may need a helper to remove the belt while you hold the tension off,
Its been awhile since I have seen an Escort, i may be wrong!