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Be safety conscious. Somebody should give you a hands-on run-down of how to do it in person. Things like jack placement is crucial so the car won't slip off and cause injury.
It's really simple and easy, after a time or two will be second nature. But always, some little piece of information, like setting the park brake, or blocking a tire from rolling may be forgotten, and you will suffer the consequences. Ask someone for help.

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