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Request for 2001 Ford Ranger 2.5L serpentine belt diagram

First time changing the alternator and being a dummy I didn't note the exact position of the belt around the pulleys and it popped off to a point where I don't remember where it goes exactly. It is possible that everything is where it should be though, things are just a little loose, does it tighten itself if I start the engine? There is no diagram under the hood and my manual doesn't go into great detail.

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Figured it out :)
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