I have had my 2007 Citroen Berlingo with 1.4 L petrol motor pulled apart for a few weeks in the process of replacing the head gasket, timing belt and tensioner, water pump etc. When I removed the auxillary belt I did so quickly not taking any notice of the way the belt was installed. However, today I tried to refit the belt and found that the belt was way too short. It appears that I have not routed the belt correctly. I have searched high and low on the internet and in my electronic manuals for a diagram of the installation path without success.
I have attached a hand diagram showing how I have routed the belt. The tensioner is compressed and pinned to take tension off the belt. The jockey wheel is fixed and is not adjustable like some of the earlier models. The belt is exactly the same as the one I took off.
Can any member kindly suggest where I have gone wrong in trying to install the belt.