1 - Camshaft adjustment -T40005
2 - Crankshaft holder -3242
3 - Tightener pulley wrench -T40009
Hoist would be better but two floor jacks are good enough. Good support points. Just in case.
To remove the front bumper cover start with front half of the front wheel liners and belly pan, than unscrew seven bolts (arrows).
Three 10 mm nuts from the wheel well on each side. A bit hidden on the left side. Disconnect headlight washer hose on the right side and two harnesses on the left side.
Five bolts on each side. Torx wrench can be used, but Triple Square wrench is the right tool.
Hood cables disconnected.
Condenser pulled aside.
My best friend. Saved me a bunch of time.
To disconnect hoses from the radiator move the clips and gently pull hoses off.
Disconnect six harnesses, one from each headlight, one from each fan and one yellow airbag sensor on each side. Free cables. I just cut cable-ties and replaced them later. Take some pictures (I didn't). It will help you to put the wires back where they belong.
Pull (arrow) to relax the serpentine belt and remove it. Check all rollers. It is good time to replace any with bad bearings.
Remove the torque support. Turn the crankshaft (clockwise) to bring camshafts to the position. Larger hole to the inside (arrow).
To place crankshaft holder 3242 remove the plug (arrow). Note that the hole is on an angle facing about 20˚ down. Taking picture of that would be only possible with the engine out of the car.
It is accessible (barely) through the wheel well. You need very long extension with joint and Alan wrench. It is the only point I needed help. One person should attach the wrench to the plug and the other unscrew it. To attach crankshaft holder you have to move oil cooler pipes. One 13 mm bolt accessible the same way.
Timing belt, tensioner, rollers, thermostat and water pump off. Replace all of them. Even if some bearings are still good (quiet) they can't last forever. Use quality (OEM) parts.
Now the main part:
1. Install camshaft adjustment tool T40005
2. Loose the camshaft bolts (don't take them off)
3. Loose the tensioner (arrow 3)
4. Take camshaft adjustment tool T40005 off
5. Pop the camshaft gears with puller. They should be free to turn around.
6. Install the timing belt. Strictly no force of any kind.
7. Re install camshaft adjustment tool T40005
8. Place 5 mm Alan key (arrow 1) with tensioner blocking pin in place (arrow 2)
9. Turn the eccentric roller (arrow 3) using tightener pulley wrench T40009 counterclockwise applying 6 Nm torque and tight bolt that holds it in the position.
10. Tight the camshaft bolts.
11. Remove the Alan key (arrow 1) and the pin (arrow 2).
12. Remove camshaft adjustment tool T40005, crankshaft holder 3242 and place the plug and pipe holder.
13. Turn the crankshaft clockwise for two full rotations.
14. Check the gap where the 5 mm Alan key was inserted. It should be 5 mm.
Now put it back together in the reverse order.
Corrections and additions welcomed and appreciated.