Did my spring install this weekend, and took some pictures so figured I share them in case someone wanted to try this at home.
I STRONGLY RECOMMEND TWO PEOPLE FOR CERTAIN STEPS.
1) Jack the car up and remove the wheel.
2) Disconnect the brake line attached to the strut, on both sides. No need to disconnect the one on the steering knuckle.
FOR ME...Only jacking the car up on one corner was the most beneficial because. It allowed me to turn on the car and turn the steering wheel to access certain bolts.
3) Turn the wheel slightly, and remove the steering stop. In the pic with the two bolts.
4) This was the most difficult part. Remove the lower strut bolt. You need to brace both sides, and use a breaker bar on the nut side. This nut is stuck on there for me. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND a 6 point socket, so the bolt won't strip and some liquid wrench sprayed on there. You will need to turn the steering wheel again to move the sway bar link out of the way.
5) Remove the three top strut bolts. PAY ATTENTION to the yellow bolt, it will always point outwards of the vehicle.
6) Take a small piston jack, and insert it above the upper control arm. Jack it down just a couple of times, just to get the top three strut bolts out and unseated, and then wedge the lower part of the strut/camber bolt forward.
The strut will not come out yet, all your doing relocating the strut from all of it's aligned holes for the next step.
YOUR GOING TO NEED TWO PEOPLE HERE...
7) Your going to remove the top steering knuckle bolt. Once you do, the steering knuckle is going to fall over, so have someone else holding it to keep it from doing so.
Once it's disconnected, your partner is going to push down on the rotor/steering knuckle. This will give you enough play to move the the lower part of the strut over the it's mount on the lower control arm. Once that's up and over and loose from the mount, just slide the strut out. BE CAREFUL! Don't break a brake line.
You can insert the bolt to keep the steering knuckle in place while you begin compressing.