Originally Posted by NoMoreVTEC
honestly it's not that difficult of a job, the hardest part is breaking the crank bolt loose.
Side note: only try this if you're really comfortable with your mechanical skills. To break the crank bolt loose, use a breaker bar with socket, and use the engine to break the bolt loose as in place the socket on the bolt and spin the engine over (without cranking it) it only takes a second to loosen it.
just changed my belt at 137k. my crank pulley bolt was incredibly easy with just a 28" breaker bar using my arms.
how did you put the bolt back on if you bumped your starter to get it off?