^While the repair instructions are comprehensive and tools have been provided, the one bit of them that unnerves me is the requirement to heat certain components to a relatively precise temperature for re-assembly, and in particular the warning not to overheat them. In an assembly shop these items would typically be heated in a temperature-controlled oven - something I've never seen in a dealer workshop. The typical workshop method for heating is a heat gun or flame, and both methods are prone to either insufficient heat, or overheating, whether that be localised or the whole component.
This and the notes about the possibility of damaging a bearing by misuse of a tool that no one has ever seen before along with setting up the clearances by many average techs after only watching a training video is why I think this may not go as well as we all hope, The cure may be worse than the disease! I'm a bit of a pessimist so I'm hoping I'm wrong!