Don't know of any diagrams but I'm sure there is some out there. I did it in this order: jack up front, remove tire, take off the brake caliper and set it on a box or something to the side so you don't damage the lines, remove the nut on the steering end balljoint at the wheel and push the shaft of the joint out so everything now turns freely, remove the nut on the upper control arm ball joint and slide the joint's shaft out so everything moves around completely free now, remove metal dust cap which reveals the spindle nut for the cv axle, remove the cv axle spindle nut, take the 6 bolts out that mate the cv axle to the front drive shaft, and just wiggle the cv axle out. Reinstalling is self explanatory for the most part.
A few tips are after removing the nuts on the ball joints I specified, put a block or something safe under the control arm and lower the truck down on it. This allows you to very easily remove the ball joint shafts from the holes to free up the wheel and let you work the old cv axle out and work the new one in.
Another thing is when removing the 6 bolts on the cv axle, you can put the truck in 4wd to keep the front axle from spinning while your trying to loosen them. Then put it back in 2wd and spin it so you can access all of the bolts easily, then 4wd again to keep it from spinning. It's helpful to have a buddy sit in the truck for this to make it a lot quicker process.
Hope I'm not to late for you, good luck but be safe jerking and hitting on things while the truck is off the ground, I put safety blocks under my frame incase the jacks just happen to slip from me hitting or pushing on stuff.