I'm going to break this up into a few posts because of the quantity of images, so please be patient.
Disclaimer: If your not confident in doing this, don't. its extremely dangerous and you might kill yourself. I'm not responsible for injury or any other negative effects because of your lack of competence.
14, 17, and 21mm deep well sockets, and wrenches.
spring compressor, jack, jack stand, torque wrench.
safety glasses, medium strength loc-tite
torque specification list,
strut to body nut 35ft/lbs
strut to knuckle bolts 49ft/lbs
strut nut too disassemble strut 32ft/lbs
rear lower shock bolt 86ft/lbs
I'll start with the rear springs because they are the easiest.
step 1: remove lower shock bolt. shock is gas charged and will extend down.
step 2: jack vehicle up until spring is visually loose. support vehicle with jack stand
step 3: remove spring. it should just practically fall out of the pocket. note top and bottom of spring. the painted colors of the spring should be on the bottom and directly toward the back of the car.
step 4: swap the spring rubbers too the new spring. pay attention because the new springs will also have a top and bottom. in general, the letters/numbers on the spring will be right-side-up with the spring installed.
step 5; install the new spring, and clock it correctly. refer too the picture from the manual, it can explain it better than I can. lol
step 6: apply removable, medium streagth loc-tite on the lower shock bolt. the factory didn't skip this, so neither should you.
note: I didn't clean the threads, or wait for the loc-tite to tack up. you should, and then pat yourself on the back for doing a better job than I did.
torque the lower shock bolt to 86ft/lbs.
step 7; jack car up, remove jack stand, and lower car too the ground slowly, having a friend monitor the spring and shock setup making sure nothing fun is going on!
step 8; repeat for other side.