Next one out is the engine mount that is located next to the plenum (in the engine compartment)
Now you should slacken both alternator bolts and then remove the lower one and leave the upper one for later...
It's very tight on there, so you'll have to be very patient
Now we'll have to address the belt-side engine mount
easily enough, you'll have to remove three bolts
And now your engine will be supported by one engine mount (gearbox side) and the jack you left under it (hopefully...).
Now you have to open the fuel hose support, so not to stress it too much
At this point, you can pull out the upper alternator bolt just before you hit the inner fender sidewall and raise the engine, with the jack, so that the bolt now has enough space to come out, since there's a sort of opening on the sidewall.
Now your alternator should be loose!
In my case, the alternator was stuck, so I had to put the bolts back in, and with the help of a hammer, open up the gap between both sides of the mounting bracket on the alternator (it's kind of hard to explain, but I'll get some pics later on).
Next up is the radiator fan mount, that will have to come out, so you can push the engine forward (believe me it does make a difference).
To be continued...