Question about Jeep Grand Cherokee
On the ends where the lift cylinders attach there is a spring clip that wraps around the end of the lift cylinder, take a small pocket screwdriver and remove these U clips and just pull the lift cylinder free, make sure you have the trunk supported so it doesn't knock you out.
Posted on Dec 01, 2008
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