For one thing, before jacking the car, screw loose the nut of the damper piston rod. For unscrewing the nut, use a 22-mm wrench. If the rod is rolling and you have no special tools, put it in this way: turn the 22-mm nut with pliers or alligator wrench, while holding the rod with an 8-mm wrench. Do not undo the nut completely!
Removing the wheel. Unscrewing the carriage guide of the support.
Unscrewing the carriage guide of the support. Next, mount the first spring compressor. Generally, it is reasonable to utilize short spring compressors to constrain the spring as much as possible while it's still installed in the car's suspension. This will release you from a great lot of troubles a while later.
After compressing the spring, screw loose the two bolts on the underside of the strut tower and one bolt a bit higher. Use a 18-mm wrench. As a rule, these bolts require efforts to unscrew, because they sit on threaded joint sealer and are always covered with dirt.
Unscrewing the bolts that mount the shock absorber strut to the seat.
If the spring is well-compressed, the strut tower can be removed pretty easily, without getting foul of the suspension arm.
Remove the strut and then compress the spring even more, so that it doesn't bust loose when you unbolt the top spring mount!
While the assistant is engaged with the shock absorbers, we can proceed to replacing the stabilizer link. There's completely no life hacks about that.
When unscrewing the strut from the stabilizer link, use two 16-mm wrenches. Apply the first wrench to hold the bar by the groove (you could also try using a 17-millimeter wrench for this purpose), utilize the second to unscrew the nut.
The strut is installed.