There's a good write up from www.pelicanparts.com
. its a relatively simple process but if you choose to do this on yr own remember not to smoke since since there will be fuel leaking all over the place. the best thing is to let your car run almost empty so that way, all that fuel will not gush out. The mechanic changed mine in under 15 minutes.
This has made a huge difference in the way the car respond to throttle command. Btw, if anyone had been reading my story where I bitch about the dramatic decline in the fuel economy, i have some very good news!!!
I am now on my full second tank down to a quarter right now. I've got 468km from her. This is with the a/c on and city driving with i normally don't do. Figure i can get another 15-30km from her, but it proves to me that the engine took time to readjust to more, cleaner fuel. That's just me.