It's a piece of cake to install and adjust.
1) Raise the car; get a jack and some jackstands for like $50-70 @ sears or something like that.
2) Loosen up the PH Bar bracket on the passenger side, just a little bit
3) Unbolt the stock bar (you can see it clear as day)
4) If it doesn't fall out, loosen up the bracket some more.
5) Grease up the bushings on the new bar and slide it in.
6) Adjust for fitment and tighten the bar to 129-ft/lbs and the bracket to 98 ft/lbs. Impact wrench comes in handy here.
7) Look at your rear tires (if you didn't take them off). You should be able to notice that the passenger side is "pushed in" a bit more than the driver's side. Adjust the bar by loosening up the nut on one end and using a adj. wrench to adjust where the groove is at on the bar. You can just twist it too. Don't quote me, but if you are under the car and your head is facing forward, twisting the bar to the right will shift the axle in the direction you want it in. Give it a few turns and check the wheel alignment. When you are satisfied with it, tighten up that nut and lower the car.
8) All done!!
TIP: Use some WD-40 to loosen up those bolts. Taking the swaybar out will give you some added space to work with.
Or you can just follow these instructions. They are for a CHE bar, but the concept is still the same. Good luck!! CHE Performance Products