You are best to come back to the site and get a copy of the manual for like $11 for a weeks worth of use. Just look to left under manual
October, 31, 2012 AT 10:38 PM
Foguie, for something like this, we'd be typing for hours. You have to drain the coolant, remove the drive belts and accessories, then remove the intake and exhaust manifolds. To get the timing belt off, you'll need to support the engine with a jack under the oil pan and remove the side engine mount. It's a pretty involved process. Hmac300 has a great idea. Either that or go buy a Chilton's or Haynes motor manual at a parts store for about $20 and you can own it.