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Here is a link to a Dayco PDF file that will have a belt diagram for you. Find you car on the main page, fine the number to the diagram and thats how you belt routes. Depends on month of manufacture yours could have 2 guide or tensioner pulleys. Facing the engine, one should be the top left pulley, that one is common to all. The optional tensioner will be the next pulley to the right. If one is missing it may have fallen off and you may be able to run a shorter belt.
www.crutchfield.com has a "what fits" section, it will allow you to pick a new head unit that will fit the stock size of your SUV. As for as Amps, a Bass tube or Subs, they will help you too. They sell you have any thing you will need. Remember, this tip, grounding cables need to be drilled or bolted to a non-painted surface to the chassis.