Its fairly easy. You need to disable the air bags the way that is reflected in a repair manual, which I don't have with me here at college. I recall the method, but won't write it down, because I am not positive, and airbags can blow if you mess up. but anyways, once you get it disabled, you unscrew it off the back of the wheel with Torx drivers, and then get a wheel puller, it should come right off, put it perfectly straight before you pull it so the new one goes on right. I don't know the specifics, but hopefully someone will.
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