Tire rotation is pretty simple stuff, unless you've got a car with super high performance directonal tires, or directional wheels, or larger wheels at the rear, etc.. We have none of the above, generally.
There are two different schools of thought when it comes to tire rotation.
1) Put the fronts on the rear on the same side, but put the rears on the front of the opposite side.
2) Just swap fronts with rears, on the same side.
I guess that both work, but I prefer #1, because up here in Michigan, left turns are more common than rights, thus the one side wears faster than the other. And #1 will even out the wear front to back AND side to side, over time.
As for the nuts and bolts of exactly how to go about accomplishing that... that'* simple too. You can start anywhere, but here'* one example:
1) Jack up the right front, remove that wheel, put the spare in it'* place.
2) Jack up the right rear, remove that wheel, put the on the wheel that you just took off of the right front.
3) Jack up the left front, remove that wheel, put on the wheel that you just took off of the right rear.
4) Jack up the left rear, remove that wheel, put on the wheel that you just took off of the left front.
5) Jack up the right front again, take off the spare, put on the wheel that you just took off of the left rear.
6) Make sure that everything is torqued and at the correct pressure.
7) Test drive the car.
8 ) Notice if the front end still vibrates or not.
9) Post the results on this forum.
See? Nuthin' to it.
I think that the owner'* manual also has instructions for tire rotation in it somewhere, if you've still got that in the glovebox.