This is really simple, the only complication would be excessive rust or stuck parts. My truck being from the south, I am blessed with no rust. To start, jack up the truck, remove the tire and wheel on the afflicted side. It should look like this: Remove the rubber flap held to the fender liner by push retainers. You'll see the front and rear camber adjusters on the top side of the frame. This is the back: The front: Note the position of the camber adjusters- Remove the large nuts on the end of the camber adjuster bolts. Remove the camber adjuster, bolt and cams on both sides. See the flat side on the bolt? Remove the pinch bolt from the knuckle Knock the UCA upward, the arm should come out. The new one and the old one: The empty spot: The new one replaced. Its just the opposite of the removal procedure, I put the camber adjusters in the same spots as they were. I recommend getting an alignment after replacing the UCA. Hope this helps.