There are probably better instructions elsewhere, but basically...
I also pulled the airbag fuses behind the glove box for good measure
Undo 2 screws behind the airbag cover on the steering wheel.
Pull cover off - gently prise off the yellow airbag connector. There is also a horn connection (obscured in this pic) which needs to be unplugged and if you have Cruise Control, that too needs to be unplugged.
You will need a steering wheel puller and know how to use it. Bolts for steering wheel puller screw in the threaded holes highlighted here by red circles. Screw the steering wheel puller bolts right in, I've heard of folks stripping these out because the bolts are not all the way in.
Steering wheel puller in place
Clockspring will come straight off. Then replace with new clockspring and re-install steering wheel. (Yellow airbag connector and horn connector can be seen in this pic)
The pics are not back-to-front, my 97 TJ is a RHD
I also have the dash 'knee panel', steering column covers and ignition barrel removed in these pics - these were removed at the same time for another job.