It's not a complicated job, but I found mine to be very laborious. The Hub nut is usually a royal pian to get off for good reason. Also, once I removed my hub nut, my disc brake did not want to come off from the axle. If this happens to you, you may be out of luck. A shop might be able to remove it and then all you have to do is replace the axle (80 bucks or so). It's also not a bad idea to replace the spring clips and the axle seals (on the transmission). Also rememeber to replace the hub nuts when your done. A chiltons book can walk you through this too. and one last thing that the chiltons book doesnt say about removing the axle shaft...you will probably need a crowbar. I know it sounds odd...but my axle shaft would not come off of the tranny without it.i need to replace my cv axle in my mx6, anyone know what all ill need, how much time and money ill need?