I have attached a diagram and the instructions for the procedure.
It does not say which order to put the belt on the pulleys and you can do it any way that works. Generally you run the belt over all the pulleys except one and then as you turn the tensioner you hop the belt onto the last pulley.
It would depend if you are accessing from above or beneath, if from above it may make sense to route all of the belt but leave the alternator off. Then holding the belt tight so it doesn't fall off the other pulleys turn the tensioner and fit the belt over the alternator pulley.
Generally which ever pulley you started taking the belt off of will be the last one to go back on.
Once you have the belt on feel around all of the pulleys to ensure the belt is sitting in the groves correctly, you want to ensure the belt is sat right before starting the engine.
Hope that helps.
Any further questions please don't hesitate to ask.
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Saturday, February 8th, 2020 AT 8:37 AM