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Not exactly..

You will need to remove the rear bumper, remove the two bolts that secure the cross bar (rear engine mount) into the tub and gently lower the engine down... keep an eye out on the fuel and oil lines as well as your harness.. don't want to stretch anything.

Remove the turbo and the rear engine tin, intercooler and pipes then you'll need to remove the engine cradle/motor mount by removing the 4 nuts holding it on. You can now see the pulley, remove the alt belt.. and use an impact with a 19mm to get the nut off that holds the pulley.

Oh and if you have a/c, you will have to losen the the nuts that hold it on and you may be able to just move the bracket out of the way.

Sound like fun? Hmmm, I upset that I have spell this out as I have to do the same this weeked!!!
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