Best I can tell, Specialized instructions are "take it to your lbs". The area (100 miles away) Specialized dealer is not very good. I trust me more than them plus I do my own work.
I got the bearing out with a 12" c-clamp so I could do it with out taking the seat stay bar/limkage off the bike. Problem was that only the guts came out. The outer housing stayed stuck in the seat-stay holder. That's how bad shape the bearing was in, yet there was no play in the link, only a sqeeking sound which would not appear until I rode about 45 minutes. Couldn't trouble shoot at home. Had to do it on the trail.
I removed the seat-stay link from the bike then made a cut in the outer bearing housing with my dremmel. That allowed me to pry it out. The bearing on the other side felt rough. It came out in one piece. This time I used a vise to push it out.
All the other bearings (10 total in an FSR) were in good shape. It's ready to ride.