Ok here we go.
1) Remove the wheel
2) Remove the large axle nut... this is easier if you have a helper hold the brakes
3) Unplug the wire from the hub
4) Use a large punch and hammer to knock the axle loose from the hub... it won't come all the way out yet.
5) Remove the caliper and rotor
6) Mark the spot where the strut attached to the spindle by scribing a line on the side.
7) Remove the lower control arm bolts where they go through the subframe
8) Remove the sway bar link
9) Remove the 2 large bolts holding the strut to the spindle
10) Pry the strut bottom from the knuckle
11) The entire control arm and knuckle should be loose now. Pull them away from the vehicle and make sure the axle slides out of the hub while you are doing this. The assembly is going to have a little bit of weight to it so be careful.
12) Remove the 3 nuts from the top of the strut assembly.
13) Remove the nut from the ball joint
to the knuckle and hammer the ball joint stud to remove it from the knuckle. Don't worry, the new control arm comes complete with a ball joint.
14) If you are replacing the hub on this side then unbolt the hub making sure where the backing plate and wire are located.
15) Install the new hub now, while the location of the backing plate and wire are fresh in your mind.
16) Slide the control arm back into place while making sure the axle shaft enters the bearing.
17) Bolt the new strut in to place at the top of the strut tower.
18) Install the strut to knuckle bolts, make sure the new strut lines up with the marks you made for the old strut.
19) Finish assembling the items saving the axle nut for last.
20) Have your assistant hold the brakes and torque the axle nut to 118 ft-lbs