If the engine is supported you wont need to remove anything as it wont move that much to damage anything. I will also attach information on how to replace the belt in case you need additional information.
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REMOVAL CAUTION: Camshaft or crankshaft should not be rotate after timing belt is removed. Damage to valve components may occur. Always align timing marks before removing timing belt.
Yes, that is what I'm saying. I think you will find raising the engine to be the best answer. How far, not sure. I do now it can be done with out removal of other components because I have done this repair before.