your best bet is going to go down to a local automotive store and buy a manual for your car for about 15 bucks, it will give you pictures and everything... unless someone here wants to type out a descriptive "how to" , in short:
jack the car up, take off the wheel, unbolt the bottom of the suspension, remove the axle form the hub, find something to pry out the axle from the engine, and your set... sure it's a little more complicated than that, but just figured i'd give you some insight on the subject.
Yea, if you are going to do most of the work to your car yourself then I would definitely buy a manual for it. You can get them at just about any autoparts store. Hayes is usually the standard manual they sell.
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