You need the illustration via a workshop manual really, if you haven't done one before.
: Having said that it may of been covered in AO backposts, under drive shafts. The large, hefty torqued, hub/shaft nut needs to be removed, plus various suspension bits slackened, if you are not a competent DIY'er with a good set of tools, best take it to a garage?
Having said that, I'm a lazy so and so nowadays, and have gone the 'sticky boot' route quite a few times now. Patience and absolute cleanliness is required to fit these correctly, special attention when you apply the 'welding' adhesive to the tongued and grooved joint.
: One of my early attempts was still holding the MS3 grease, and working on my daughters Fiesta after 5 years of use.