3) Raising Front Of Car On Trolley Jack
The front of the car has very low clearance, something along the lines of 11cm as opposed to 15cm at the rear. Some trolley jacks will not fit under the front of the car, so you will first need to raise the car from one of the sides at the front with the normal car jack. You don't need to jack up too high, just enough to slip the trolley jack underneath.
To raise the front of the car, place the trolley jack beneath the highlighted area (this is the part of the Reinforcement plate). This can be found at the front of the car, next to the splash shield.
As you will notice, the point to raise the car on the Reinforcement plate has been squashed in...this happened to it before I used a Puck or block of wood as the Saddle's jagged parts damaged & crushed it. However, using an Ice Hockey Puck will prevent any such damage.
But more importantly, while you are lifting the car, keep on watching the Puck or the block of wood, as quite often as the car gets higher, the jack and block of wood start slipping forward and the car back, then all of a sudden the car will slip off the lifting point (as happened to me). However, I found the Puck didn't slip or move at all and remained stable.