The hard part is, as acjohnson83 says, getting the fluid back in. The ground clearance makes it difficult to get underneath. I'm fortunate to have an inclined driveway. I back it in then pull forwards onto car ramps under the front wheels to get it level. It's best to have a helper. A 3/8" socket wrench fits the square plugs but you may need a small extension. Pull the upper and lower plug on the passengers side to drain it. Then replace the lower plug and, using a hand pump, have your helper put one tube in the quart container while you pump through the other tube into the upper hole. Stop when it starts to run out the upper hole and let it drip until it stops. Then replace the upper plug. If you don't have ramps, an incline or a manual pump, have your mechanic do it on a lift.