Gather the tools: a jack, jack stands, a socket set, a wrench set, penetrating oil, a pry bar, a rubber mallet, and safety goggles.
Lift the car: Use a jack to lift the rear of the car, nsure the car is stable and won't move while you work.
Locate the existing catback, remove the old catback: Use penetrating oil to loosen rusted or stuck bolts. Use a wrench to remove the clamps or bolts connecting the catback to the rest of the exhaust system.
Install the new catback: Place the new catback in position, aligning the hangers and connections, ensure the new catback is properly aligned. Ensuring it's not touching any other components.
Tighten the connections: Use a socket set or wrench to tighten the clamps or bolts connecting the new catback to the rest of the exhaust system.
Lower the car: Carefully lower the car from the jack stands using the jack.
Test for leaks: Start the car and let it run for a few minutes, listen for any unusual noises or leaks.
Note: Professional installation is necessary.