Sure is. You'll need basic tools and possibly one or two "specialized" ones (e.g. maybe a puller) you can rent. Do yourself a big favor: get a shop manual (best) or Haynes-type manual and prepare beforehand by carefully reading the steps required in detail. Outline what tools you'll need and any other possible items (e.g. new timing and accessory belts, is it a good time to think about waterpump replacement?...etc)rosecuvee said:Is it possible to change timing belt myself ?