Re: advice needed for fitting timing belt kit
you need something to lock the crank, a screwdriver on the flywheel teeth does that job nicely. cowboys will say stick it in 5th to lock the crank, but that leaves more than enough movement to cause serious problems so dont be tempted.
you will also need something to determine the position of the piston in cylinder1, a long screwdriver inserted in the plug hole can do that, howver if you lock the crank and both cams before you touch the belt then you wont need to do this unless you want to inspect and correct the timing, but if it aint broke dont fix it.
you also need tensioner adjusters for both the cam and balance belts (balance belt only on 2.0, you dont say which you have). you can easily make your own tools for this (see the haynes for fiat bravo, the 1.8 section) or just use common sense when tensioning. the correct tension is critical but getting it right really is common sense.