well i can't imagine its much different then any other tie rod. just undo the castle nut after u remove the cotter pin and pry it downward. then twist it off. you may have to use a couple of wrenches. then instal new one as close as u can to the amount of threads the old one was set up at and drive to a lignment shop and get a front alignment. I have never been so luck as to not have to go to a shop after replacing a tie rod end.