This is a reasonably simple job although it can be a bit of a fiddle at times if you leave the fan and cowling on the car like I did. Should be no problem finishing in under an hour taking your time.
Really don't need many tools to do it; flatblade screwdriver, 13mm socket and ratchet, 13mm and 17mm spanner.
Before you start remember to draw a picture of the belt route!!!
Here is a picture of the belt route incase you forget to draw your own!
No covers to remove or anything, just dive straight in:
Here it is, I removed the top hose to ease access and I wanted to add some more anti-freeze anyway:
Here is the belt tensioner, just loosen the two 8mm bolts and the belt will slide off the pulleys:
Here is my old belt, the ribs are cracking, but the main belt looks OK:
Now you have to feed the new belt behind the fan and down under the bottom pulleys, a bit tricky with the fan on, but doable:
The hardest part is feeding a belt loop between the crank and fan pulleys as its very tight, a bit of hooked wire will help you. New belt is on and lined up properly on all the pulleys:
Now use the open end of your 17mm to rotate the tensioner anticlockwise and tighten the two 8mm bolts. It'll be quite tough as you have to compress the tensioner spring:
There you go, a bit of a fiddle, but nothing to taxing!