Before you start working on your vehicle, disconnect the negative battery cable to avoid electric shock that could damage the electronic parts.
Remove the plastic cover by removing the nut that holds it in place as shown in the image, pry gently on the opposite end to release the clips that secure the cover to the engine and remove it from the vehicle.
Next, disconnect the fuel vapor hose from the intake plenum, it is easier to remove the upper timing belt cover if you also remove the round fitting that this hose is attached to.
Next, release the 2 metal clips that fasten the upper timing belt cover to the engine and remove it from the vehicle.
To be able to access the crankshaft pulley, it is necessary to remove the front wheel and the right front plastic splash guard from the vehicle, loosen the lug nuts with the vehicle still on the ground as shown in the image, next lift the front end of the vehicle with a floor jack and secure it on jackstands, proceed to remove the right front wheel and the plastic splash guard.
Remove the serpentine belt by releasing the tension from the serpentine belt tensioner using a wrench as shown in this picture.
Remove the 4 allen head bolts that fasten the crankshaft pulley to the crankshaft as shown in the picture.
NOTE: It is not necessary to remove the crankshaft center bolt to be able to remove the crankshaft pulley in this particular engine.