You’ll need to ensure that it’s sitting properly in the rubber mounts. If the spring end isn’t in the rubber mounts grove then it will mess with ride height so ensure you’ve got the spring in the groove.
Push the shock back into it’s mounting spot on the control arm and bolt it back in.
If you’re having a hard time lining up the bolt that fastens the control arm to the hub then using a screw driver can help. Tighten the bolt up and now we can move onto the front.
Start by loosening the upper sway bar end link nut and pushing the end link out of its mounting bracket.
Remove the ABS sensor wire from the shock body.
On the backside of the hub is a large nut and bolt that hold the shock to the hub. Remove them.