Check earlier threads for front spring removal instructions. Basically, 3 bolts hold down the fuse/relay box, and one for the overflow tank on the other side to access the strut mounting bolts.
Definitely require a set of spring compressors to get the fronts out, and remove and reinstall the shocks in the new shorter springs. The tech at the local speed shop had the fronts in and out in less than 1 hour.
Thanks For The Info. I Went Ahead A Just Plowed Into It. The Hardest Problem Was Finding All The Small Bolts When They Are Hidden By The Wiring Harness. It Probably Took Me A Little Over Three Hours But I Wasn't In A Hurry And I'm Old, Fat, And Slow. But I'll Be Able To Help Someone Else The Next Time If They Need Help. Thanks Again For The Help.
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