DB9 Top Gear Track
AO Silver Member
Join Date: Jan 2007
Location: United Kingdom
County: East Sussex
Pretty simple, put a steel wheel on (I would think your spare is a steel) the driveshaft nut is in the middle of the wheel, can't remember whether there's a cover on it, if there is it'll just prise off.
Loosen the nut with the wheel on the floor, might help if you have someone in the car with their foot on the brake. You'll need a big socket and a long breaker bar to undo it.
All you have to do is remove enough gubbins to allow the suspension strut to swing outward off the driveshaft, if you've done the top arms you can clearly turn a spanner so you should be able to do it.
Make sure the driveshaft is well supported and isn't pulled out of the gearbox. It's recommened to use a new driveshaft nut when refitting. If you don't get any other advice I'll post the eLearn instructions tomorrow.
All the best