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Saturn vue 2003 sway bar link and struts

How hard it is to replace them , and how expensive coul be to do it by a mechanic?

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I need the sway bar link to buy. How much will it cost me?

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It all depends on what tools you have its not really that at my shop it would probable take 30-40 min to change the struts and 15min to change the links so its would be around 75.00

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