It's well worth it. Just be sure to pay attention to what you're doing and keep all the bits together in a safe spot as you go because searching for something you had in your hand 5mins before can drive you nuts lol. Also good to have a quick read on instructions if you're new to it. It's satisfying working on your own car though, I've been doing it myself for a number of years now and I know that I'm learning and saving money and I just think it's really interesting. If you have any bother, there's loads of great info on here in the FAQ and from other people. Good luck man.
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