Comes out of bottom. You need to remove the bottom cover. Then there is two radiator support brackets that need to be removed. Don't forget to remove the AC condenser bolts then lower it on down. Probably gonna take u a few hours to replace.
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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.
some radiators do not have a drain plug if you have one it will be at the bottom of the radiator on either side or underneath the radiator if you do not have one take the lower hose off be careful it will get messy any spills should be cleaned right away especially if you have pets. it will kill them.(anti-freeze) hope this helps you out .
It is hard to tell you what is too much as it all depends on where you live and the shop rates where i live and what i charge is 60.00 an hour what i would normally charge on something like this would be as follows and all labor hours are from chiltons labor guide some shops use a different labor guide which gives them more time to do the job which means you pay more.But here is my labor costs front crank seal that all you need dont try to let them tell you you need the front crank replaced but front crank seal with turbo if your car has turbo would be 2.6 hours so you would multiply that times 60.00 if it does NOT have turbo then the labor hours would be 4.6. It is a good idea while you are doing this to have the timing belt replaced again with turbo 2.3 hours with out turbo 4.6 so you are looking at 4.9 hours with turbo and 9.5 hours with out turbo now these are only labor hours you will still need to factor in parts and labor hours for any additional parts you may want installed. I hope this will help you and give you an idea as to what your cost may run good luck.