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They are basic shocks with a top and lower mount. Simplest way is get a neighbour with good DIY skills, a can of wd40, some basic tools, sockets etc. Shouldn't take an hour all told. The reason you need help is there may be a step one pair of hands cant do. Don't work under the car without jack stands if you have to remove the wheels. Make sure its well chocked. Soak the nuts top and bottom well before starting. If you have to go to a garage then it should take less than an hours labour.
The total time listed for changing both rear shocks is 1 hour, so I depends on what your local mechanic charges per hour. Its a simple job that you could do yourself, but it shouldn't cost too much to keep your hands clean and let someone else do it.
this job is easy enough the 4 bolts hold shock mounting plate undo plate with shock .attatched remove from car as you will probebly have to cut old shock to separate from plate due .to nuts being corroded on top of shock
Hi!! check the oil if is like milk color head gaskets problems . o. if is the rear maybe the water bypass hose o this van has rear heaterinside the van . but follow the lines by the chasis on the bottom thats two thick lines about 5/8. o 3/4 . this line provide heat to the back