Pull the plugs, and grab the crank pulley. Or put a bolt in the end of the crank and turn with a ratchet.
what size bolt? where?
The bolt goes into the end of the crank shaft, up by the radiator. I dont remember off hand what size it is.
I used a Proform 66782 crankshaft rotater tool when I rotated mine.
Pulley has to be off, mark location of pulley shim/washer holes with pulley since they seem to line up to holes one way when you put the pulley back on, use the pulley bolts to mount tool to damper. I used a ratchet at the end of the tool with a pipe for leverage.
Unless your engine is seized or has not been cranked in some time you should be able to remove spark plugs and grab the alternator belt and turn the engine. A helper on the other side can assist.