Well I've never seen a proper fitting guide for suspension / coilovers so I thought I'd make one! Front 1. Loosen wheel nuts and support car on axle stands or other suitable support. 2. Working under the bonnet, using either a gun or a 21mm socket / deep offset spanner and a 7mm allen key through the middle (you'll have to hold the socket with an adjustable spanner or something) undo the bolt. 3. Now to the lower part, Using a 10mm spanner or socket remove the brake pipe and move out of the way. 4. Remove the ABS sensor cable by twisting the plastic plug and pulling it out. 5. Undo the bolts holding the strut by using a 2 x 17mm spanner on either side (or a ratchet etc). note the orientation of the bolts. and the suspension should now pull out. 6. Lay the old suspension next to your new ones and be amazed at how much shorter they are! Rear 1. Loosen wheel nuts and support car on axle stands or other suitable support. 2. Working inside the boot, remove the black plastic cap, you might need some help from a screwdriver to lever it off. 3. Undo the top nut and then remove the large washer undo the next nut and remove the smaller washer (note orientation) finally remove the top rubber section and lay all the parts out so you can put them back in the same order 4. From underneath remove the bolt and nut holding the suspension with 2 x 17mm spanner / sockets. One either side. You may find the passenger side a bit difficult if you have a aftermarket backbox but it will come out! Suspension should now fall away Building New Suspension Front 1. I would recommend replacing the top mounts however if you've done this recently then your going to have to remove them from the suspension. You'll need a spring compressor for this, you can get them from halfords for £20. I however had the handy use of... 2. Anyway compress the spring and undo the top nut, and the shock should fall away then decompress the spring. You'll then need to fit .... Currently still writing Please feel free to let me know if I've said something wrong!!!