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Front shock became cocked while trying to change-won't budge

While trying to change the front shocks on a 03 Town Car it became cocked and will not budge. Cannot get the shock to go up or down even when tension is released from the spring. Any suggestions on how to line it up so I can take it to a real mechanic?

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Need some help here ,queens english please no slang like pigs tails or hood.Iam in spain and i have never worked on one ,seen them yes popular here these vehicles.now is front suspension macphersaon struts or double wish bone??with the shock in the middle of the spring .A scaffold pole moves most things but i musnt tell you the trade secrets.Also we dont wont to damage anything as iam sure its a simple thing and you have just lost patience.Make a cup of tea have a *** swear at it kick it on the bumper where customer will not see it.Then have another go and it will move.perfectly and first time.

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