. Your best bet would be to spend the money on a Chilton's, Haynes, &c manual for your vehicle. At many auto parts stores you can browse through the manuals and make sure they have the procedure for replacing the control arm bushing before you purchase one. Look for lots of pictures. Shouldn't cost more than $20-30. . That said, I put working on major suspension parts in the same category as brakes - if you have to ask, you shouldn't do it.