I just had mine out and just got her back in and running yesterday! Here's what I did
Disconnect battery and remove and battery tray (all 8mm bolts)
Disconnect all connections on top (coils, injectors ,cps, etc..)
Then remove fuel line next to the drivers side of the intake manifold
Then remove vacume line from brake booster along with the following vacume lines
Take out bolts to fuel rail and disconnect the connection (I think 8mm also) pull the fuel rail off (may need a little force due to the o-rings)
Take off intake tube
Remove throttle body (2 8mm bolts on top and 2 10mm nuts on the bottom)
Remove alternator. There is a bracket. Remove 2 10mm bolts holding that in then the 2 13 mm nuts on the bottom and disconnect the connections on the back. Don't forget the serpentine belt first. There is a half in tensioner and push down towards the driver side to release
Then remove (I believe 10) bolts to intake manifold. (10mm I think) in the middle of the intake manifold there are 2 bolts inside of it. That's included in the 10 bolts.
you should then be able to undo more connections you couldn't get too.
On have passenger side of the radiator there is a drain bolt. It's plastic. (17mm maybe 19mm) I forget lol drain the coolant.
Remove radiator hoses.
Now that the intake is off you can gain access to the upper belhousing bolts. Remove all them. I think 8 I'm not sure.
Disconnect starter (3 10mm bolts)
Driver side on the bottom is the lower steering pump. Remove that. Very easy. 3 13mm studded bolts.
Passenger side bottom is the ac compressor. Remove the 3 13mm studded bolts. This is only if you don't wanna recharge the ac.
Then pull the 2 15mm motor mount bolts (accessible from both sides of the engine bay)
There isn't really and points to hook and engine hoist chain too. I I used the driver side alternator stud and I believe the stock manifold on the passenger side haha
Don't forget to disconnect the heater hoses. They can be a b****!
then your ready to yank. I left the trans in the car when I took it out then pulled the trans afterwards. Just go slow and easy and shel come. Youl have to pull forward to get it off the trans then up a little. Then forward more then up. And keep doing that til she's out.
At some point you may need to put a jack under the trans.
Also don't forget to remove the radiator fan. 2 (8mm I believe) bolts then slide up. disconnect the connections obviously there should be two.
It's actually a very easy process.
I did the best I could. If you get hung up on anything you can text me whenever I always have my phone. Good luck man!! 609 332 5660. My names Scott