(if you're dong the 4 pt you'll need a 14mm socket as well.)
Jack the car up and secure it on jackstands. You can't do this on ramps, you cannot have your weight on your wheels. It is also a tad easier if you do go ahead and remove your front wheels, however its not necessary, and I didn't do it that way.
Use your 22mm socket with a breaker bar
and your 22mm wrench and remove the 2 bolts on the transverse link.
If your doing just the 2 point put the bar
on and torque the bolts down to factory specs. The Nismo bar
attaches differnt. It has a little cup instead of attaching on both sides, it just attaches on one. The Nismo bar
sits on the front of the bolt, with the cup facing twards the front bumper.
If your doing the full 4 point bar
then take your 14mm socket and ratchet and remove the 2 bolts on the back of the link. (There are 3 of them, the tie bar
uses the 2 in the middle.) If your not sure just hold the bar
up in place and you'll see which 2 to remove.
Line the rear 2 bolts up and start them but do not tighten them down. Line the bar
up, start with the passanger side, for some reason it seems to be easier to do it this way.
Alright, when you removed the front bolts you may have noticed your wheel drop a bit and not be lined up. Have a helper take some of the weight off the wheel and get it back in line. Feed the bolt back through and get it started as well. Do the same for the driver's side, taking the weight off the wheel if necessary.
Tighten all bolts down to factory specs. The front longer bolt (the 22mm one) is 76-89 ft lbs and the rear (14mm bolt) is 42-50 ft lbs.
There is a pic on FSU-5 in your FSM