1. Check to make sure all items are included in the kit are there, and that they are in good condition.
2. For safety, the emergency brake should be on and the rear tires should be chocked.
3. Jack up the front of car and place it on jack stands. Also, check to see that the chocks have not moved.
4.Remove the front wheels and tires.
5. Remove the push pins that hold the front inside fender cover, in order to access bottom of the strut mounting unit
6. Using a floor jack, preload the suspension by jacking up on the control arm, just enough to take the weight off the strut.
7. Remove the strut mounting nut, using an impact gun.
8. Remove the large top washer and rubber bushing from the strut.
9. Remove the three nuts holding the existing plate in place
10.Remove the strut mounting bracket by drilling out any rivets holding it in place.
11. Lower the jack in order to bring the strut shaft down through the top hole of the strut tower.
12. When pushing the strut down through the hole and clear of the bottom plate, be careful not to let it spring back and hit the fender. To gain clearance, compress the strut until the rod is below the strut tower.
13. Remove the bottom strut mounting plate.
14. If using the fourth bolt option, follow steps 12-16 (coil over option).
15. Install the new lower bolt plate with three studs underneath the strut tower, so the studs protrude in to the engine compartment.
16. Attach the top camber plate, without the bearing housing attached, and slide in the most positive camber position possible (toward the outside of the vehicle).