It takes time to do this job... and best that car is on the lift.
Wheel off the ground... measure the distance from the solid subframe to a
point on your lower control arm. You must set it back to same distance or
your front end alignment is way off..
Once you remove all the bolts and covers, you need an air hammer to punch
out that bushing... maybe a prybar... it is a tricky bastard to remove.
This is the hardest part.
Putting it back together is easy except for hooking up the rod to the new
bushing rod thread... you need a bit of prybar to bring it down so you can
thread it. it would help to have two people doing this.