You should really get yourself a Haynes repair manual... Like this one. You can also get it online from here, or it might be available at your local library to check out. These books are invaluable for any DIY repair, and provides detailed information.
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+1. It's involved. There are several sets of wires to unplug. Does it have an airbag. If so then I wouldn't touch it. Let a pro do what ever needs to be done.
Remove it from what? If its embedded in you somehow then you need to see a professional.