Step3: Drain the coolant. Locate the white thumbscrew, remove it and have a pan ready to catch the coolant. I took the top hose of to make it drain faster. Remove the engine belt. Use a 14mm wrench to squeeze the tensioned enough to allow you to slide the belt off.
Step4: Remove the power steering pump. It's held on by two 12mm bolts. There is a power steering line that runs along the sub frame from the bottom of the pump. Remove the two 10mm bolts that hold this line to the sub frame. You can now set the entire power steering assembly off to the side. Nice.
Step5: Remove the belt tensioner. There are three 12mm bolts and one in the center, I believe. Set the tensioner aside.
Step6: Place a jack and pad underneath the engine. This will hold the engine up while you remove the engine mount.
Step7: Remove the engine mount and engine mount bracket. This part can be a bit tough. These are 17MM bolts and they are tough. First remove the three bolts that hold the mount to the sub frame. Lift this piece straight off. Next, remove the three 14mm bolts that hold the bracket to the engine. Lift the bracket out.