It seems like all the big expenses are hitting me at once, as usual...
I'm getting some strange clunks and a few strange vibrations from the front that are leading me to believe it'* time for a shocks/struts change all around on my 97 LeSabre. It has the Gran Touring suspension. My question is, how much am I looking to pay for this (Dealer charge, AutoZone parts with a $75/hr mechanic, and parts alone) and is it something I should even attempt to do myself?
It has 141,000 miles on it with no record of a change so I'm guessing they are probably due for replacement. Can't complain for how long they've lasted.
Once I get this and my pulley squeak fixed, my car should be good as new