Remove the beauty cover. If you have had the fuel rail recall done, then you have a stainless steel fuel rail and it will have to be disconnected (relieve fuel pressure first) as there is not flex in it. If you have not had it done, then I have heard that there is enough flex to leave it connected. Then remove the manifold mounting bolts (not sure how many). You then should be able to lift the right (passenger) side of the manifold and block it up with a 12" 2x4 to allow you to get access to the starter which is at the other end (drivers side). I am not speaking from expirience as I have never had to do it but others have said it is not a difficult job. You'll probably have to remove the front plug wires and a vacuum hose or two as well as the purge line from the water pump to the surge tank.