For all of those who are worried about doing this job, don't be! I have found ways through the help of others on the forum on how to do this very simple procedure. I give credit where credit is due, so thank you to Twisted Metal and Caveman Tiny. Things you will need: -Replcement bushings and hardware -Jack -Jack stands -Ratchet/breaker bar with a 15/16" socket -Torque wrench -3/4" wrench -At least 1 medium C-clamp -Dremel rotary tool or another metal cutting tool -PB BLASTER! Step-by-step 1.) Soak those bolts in PB Blaster! I used a whole can in 3 days, and I just sprayed the hell out of them. Let it settle in for a few days after that, and I was good to go. Spray a lot on top of the bolt, and also on top and around the bushing. Here are the places I sprayed. For the position 2 (firewall bushing), there are two holes in the fender you can spray through. Use a flashlight to shine through hole #1 and spray the PB into hole #2, like so... Looking through the #2 hole. This is what you need to spray. For position 3 (floorboard bushing), you can spray into the holes on either side of the bolt. Depending on how much rust your car has, it may take more PB and a longer amount of time. Like I said, after a week, I started working on the bolts. 2.) I started at position 3 first, which loosened up very easily. One at a time, I took them all the way out, cleared the rust, then put them back in about 1/2". If the cage nut breaks loose here, DON'T GUT YOUR INTERIOR AND CUT YOUR FLOORS! Using an idea from Caveman Tiny, I decided to expand the hole next to the bushing to fit a long object (I used the 3/4" wrench) on top of the cage nut. This actually worked on keeping the cage nut down when it started to spin. Hopefully it will work for others. For position 2, I broke each lose and took the passenger side bolt all the way out (it doesn't matter which side you start with). If the cage nuts spin on you here, DON'T REMOVE YOUR INNER FENDER WELLS! Just look for this hole above the bushing. It's the same hole you sprayed PB into earlier, just from a different angle... You can get a clamp on top of the cage nut through the hole like this... 3.) Next, I used the bolt that I removed from the bushing and put it into the hole next to it. You may have to thread the bolt in. This will keep the body and subframe aligned when jacking the body up and down.