That procedure shouldn't be too far off what you have to do. Tie-rods are tie-rods, all over the world, and the cars are structurally not that different. Search YouTube for your own make/model/year and you should find something very easily. The part itself is not that expensive, but you can search on RockAuto.com and Autozone.com. Ebay is a good place to buy parts too. My local Advance Auto Parts quoted me about $30, and showed me the part - it's small and easy to replace, just jack up the car, use jackstands, and don't forget to chock your wheels.