sturhrw, I just did this on my wife's 2002 (belt replacement). She'd rear ended a truck a few years ago, and the body shop did not properly torque the new alternator bolt...hence, it backed out and was damaged. I milled a grade 8 metric bolt to the same dimensions and temporarily installed it...finally replacing it with a genuine Honda part after a couple years! So, I decided it was time to do the belt, too.
I actually removed the lower splash shield and drove it up on ramps to relieve tension on the belt from below. I actually did this solo, but it would've been much easier with somebody holding the belt from above. Or, I could've used duct tape as a temporary set of extra hands while I maneuvered the free end of the belt.