I realize now that I said "Bushings", plural, but I only bought one.
It's for 9-5s, 2000 and later. I don't know if the manual trans version is different to install, but the automatic one was a breeze.
Right behind the front bumper, in the middle underneath, is the bushing. At first, it may not appear to fit easily, but it's flexible and you and force it with your hands no problem, or a pair of vise grips. I might suggest a jack to GENTLY lift the engine to line up the through bolt. Once you see it, you'll figure it out pretty quick.
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