Hi. Its not that hard. The clutch setup in them is pretty neat, its a modular clutch. the disc, flywheel, and pressure plate are all one unit, bolted to the flexplate just like a torque convertor. I can get you the instructions, which engine is in your car?
2.0 liter engine. I know on some front wheel drive cars you have to pull the motor on this one do you.
Here you go, you don't have to pull the motor, the trans comes out by itself on these cars.
MODULAR CLUTCH ASSEMBLY
About how long would it take to rplace it or would i be better off to get someone that is trained to do it? If so what is a ballpark figure it would cost?
It depends on the tools and equipment you have. If you are going this on the ground instead of a hoist and don't have a trans jack, it would be worth the money to pay someone else. It would call for somewhere close to four hours labor roughly, that's for a trained tech with all the tools. If you were to have a shop do it you would pay somewhere in the area of four hours, the clutch itself costs about $300 for a Mopar, less for an aftermarket.