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havnt got a picture but just loosen the three bolts on the alternator,swing it inwards towards the engine block and remove/fit new belt,swing the alternator back out and tension the belt before doing up the bolts,use a long screwdiver as a "crowbar"to tighten.The belt should have 1/2/"play on the longest stretch between pulleys.....check the tension after 250 miles.(yes,it is that simple).
click on the following link, insert the year,make,model, and engine of the car. On the left, you will find a Belt Routing Diagram link. Be sure to choose the link that includes Air Conditioning. . Hope this helps. Best of luck with your repair.
There is also a push in socket at the top of the light and a clip at the bottom. When the screws are all undone insert a flat screw driver under the light fitting about 4 inches from the top (remember to use a cloth under the edge of the screwdriver to avoid marking the paintwork) you should be able to push it out now.