Since I've had mine up in the air 3 times in the last 2 days I figured I may as well take some pics and offer a little instruction.
First jack the car up at the notches in the bottom of the frame near the door
Support the car so it doesn't fall while you're under it.the best place for this is the bushing right in front of the jack notches. Since I didn't have a good set of jack stands,I had to use a set of "Redneck jack stands"
Remove the wheel and pull the front piece of the fender well to gain access to the lower motor mount bolt
You'll have to raise the motor just a little so,if you don't have a floor jack,you can use the jack out of the trunk. Use a piece of 2x4 to distrubute the weight and jack from under the oil pan.
Looking from the bottom as yoy lay on your back,you'll see these 2 bolts. They can be loosened with a 15mm combination wrench. No need to take them all the way out.
Loosen the lower motor mount bolt and remove it. If you don't have any torx sockets,this can be removed with a 5/16 12 pt socket on a 1/4" drive
Loosen the upper torque axis bolts. These are 15mm. You'll need an extension to have enough room to loosen these.
Remove the upper motor mount bolt. You have to do this in order to allow the motor to move enough for the spacer that is behind the lower motor mount bolt enough room to slip out
You can now jack the motor enough to see it move and slide the spacer out from behind the motor mount
You can use a 1/4" allen wrench to help move the tensioner pulley enough to remove the belt.
The hard part is done now,just slide the belt out through the bottom past the motor mount and remember the way it was when you pulled it out and put it back in the same way. You'll have to move the motor up and down a little with the jack to reposition the holes to get the bolts back in.
It took me a whlle to do this the first time but it only took me about 20-40 min this morning,not including having to WALK to Advance to get the right belt that I needed since the car was up in the air.