For this install, you're gonna need a combination of half-inch drive ratchet, 3/8 drive ratchet, with their corresponding sockets, 10-millimeter socket deep well, 13-millimeter socket deep well, 18-millimeter socket deep well, 19-millimeter socket deep well, a universal joint, 15-millimeter shallow, and 18-millimeter shallow. You're also gonna need a clip removal tool, a drift pin or screwdriver, hammer, small pry bar, and a spring compressor. The wrenches you'll need are an 18-mil, 17-mil, and a 15-mil. To make the job a little easier, you can use a power ratchet, a 3/8 impact gun, or a half-inch impact gun.
Start by properly supporting the vehicle from the designated lift points, either on the pinch weld or the subframe of the vehicle. Once you've done that, you can remove front wheels. Once you've removed the front wheels, you can start by removing the 2 15-millimeter headed bolts that hold the caliper and bracket to the strut assembly. Once you've removed those bolts, you can remove the rotor.
So, you wanna start by removing the 2 18-millimeter headed bolts with the flag nuts on the end of them that hold the strut assembly to the hub assembly. Once you've done that, you can disconnect the 10-millimeter bolt that holds the brake line retaining clip to the strut assembly. After you've done that, you can disconnect the sway bar end link using an 18-millimeter deep socket and a 17-millimeter wrench, in order to hold the sway bar end link in place.
Once you've disconnected all of these things, you can move up to the top and remove the four strut top bolts that retain the strut assembly into the vehicle. Once you've removed these, you can remove the entire strut assembly. Using a spring compressor, you're gonna wanna compress the spring enough to remove the strut top. Once you've removed the strut top from your original strut, you can transfer that over to your new coil over assembly. Once you've installed the strut top onto your coil over assembly, you can install the coil over assembly into the vehicle in the reverse order of the strut removal.
With the vehicle supported and the rear wheels removed, start by supporting the rear axle and removing the lower shock bolts. Once you've removed the lower shock bolts, slowly decompress the springs and remove them. Once you've removed the rear springs, go inside the trunk and remove the cover panels to gain access to the top shock bolts. Remove the top shock bolts and remove the shocks from the vehicle.
Once you've removed the stock shocks, you can now install the Eibach shocks. With the upper shock bolt tight, go back underneath the vehicle and install the adjustable-height spring perches, followed by the springs. Once you've installed those, using a floor jack or pole jack, working on one side at a time, lift the axle into place to reinstall the lower shock bolt. Once you have both lower shock bolts tight, place the wheels back onto the vehicle, lower back onto the ground, and adjust for desired ride height.