Just did mine today, and figured I should take a boat load of pictures and hopefully help someone out. I have zero knowledge about most vehicle related repairs...however, I do have a willingness to learn...and the wife always gets kind of weary and tells me to be careful haha...but I refuse to be ripped off. haha. So..here is a quick list of tools that I used starting from removing the tire all the way down: Your KJ's Tool For Removing Lugnuts A Jack Jackstands! 1/2in Socket Standard Needle-nose Pliers (or needle-nose vice grips) Mini Needle-nose Pliers Wire Brush Flat Head Screwdriver (situational) Parking Brake Multi-tool (optional) Hammer (situational) Let's get started! Loosen the lugs. Jack her up Then toss under some jackstands. (I used two...cuz i'm weird like that) Pull off the rubber The caliper has two bolts. This one: And this one: Set the Caliper off to the side....no need to tie it up.. Pull off the rotor. (possible hammer use here) Pull this side of the spring. Here I used the Multi-tool...but the pliers work just fine too...(I only used it because I spent $8 on it..so may as well) Set it on the ground off to the side...this will start your physical diagram. Looking at the spring now you can see why the right side won't come off. Grab the bottom spring (from either side..I'm a lefty) Place it in it's spot on your new diagram! These clips are a real pain. In this picture I forgot to show how I got it off...but it's coming up on the other side! Once you pull off the clip, and the pin thru the back..the adjuster will probably fall, and your shoe will be completely detached as well Set it down in its spot! Ok, here is how I got the clips off! I grabbed it like this...pushed in, and then squeezed once it cleared. U should have a full diagram now! Set up your new stuff just like it Now it's time to clean the whole area with a wire brush...and anything else you want to do with it. Now that you've done that...let's put the new stuff on! Put the shoe in the spot...put the pin thru the back, and line up the clip. Now the pins that I got in the new pack have a hammerhead shape...so once you get them through, you then have to turn them. I did this by placing my pliers over the hole they come through, pushed in the clip, when it cleared i grabbed and twisted and thats that! Here is what it should look like! Insert your top spring just like this..and you won't get frustrated I promise! After that pull the spring over and put it through the other shoe This part is a little tricky, and requires a bit of strength. with both of your shoes attached at the top by the spring...simply pull the second shoe back and put it in place. Like this Now since you're locked in up top, the shoe is going to want to kick out on the bottom...to avoid this...pop in the new adjuster on the bottom...just to keep it from doing that...no need to set it now. Now you can put the pin through the back..and throw on the other clip! Now you should be at this stage! Both shoes on, clips on, and adjuster. Grab the bottom spring and attach it on there..again..either way. And thats it! Here you can see the hammerhead pin. Mine pretty much needed to be done.... The dealership quoted me $200 in Labor, plus $90 for parts. Instead I went to Autozone, got the shoes for $60, and the hardware for $30 and did it myself. And like I said before...I don't know much...but I just used common sense on this one. Lol. Obviously the other side is exactly the same! Throw the rotor, caliper, and tire back on and you're all set. If you guys have any questions just shoot me a message. Thanks.