5. You can now install the timing belt. Start at the crankshaft sprocket and go to the right over the idler, over the driver camshaft sprocket, then under the water-pump, then over the passenger camshaft sprocket, and finally over the tensioner pulley. You don't have to worry about the camshafts moving because the sprockets are able to rotate freely. Once the timing belt is on correctly you can remove the pin from the hydraulic dampener.
6. Install the camshaft tool but do not tighten the bolts yet. First you will have to pre-tension the belt. Grab an allen socket and apply 11 lb-ft. of force in the counterclockwise direction.
7. Tighten the camshaft bolts to 41 lb-ft. and then remove the camshaft tool.
8. Install the first timing cover and the crankshaft pulley. Rotate the engine by hand several times and make sure that all the timing marks are lined up correctly.
9. Once you have verified that the timing is correct you can continue with the installation of the remaining parts, starting with the timing covers. Install the idle pulley and bracket. Install the power steering pulley.
10. Install the drive (serpentine) belt and route it as follows.
11. When everything is done your engine should look like this.
12. Reinstall the carrier.
13. Reinstall the bumper.
14. Bleed the coolant system. Make sure your car is level. Pull back the hose clamp and then pull back the hose until the bleed hole is no longer sealed. Pour coolant into the reservoir until coolant begins flowing out of the bleed hole in the hose. At this point, reinstall the hose and clamp. There is also a bleed screw on the front coolant pipe. Again, loosen the screw and pour coolant until it flows from the bleeder hole. Reinstall the bleed screw and torque to 15 lb-ft.
15. Make sure you remove the crankshaft holder tool!
16. Start the engine and make sure everything works as it should.