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I want to know if my 2003 Chevy Impala has shocks and struts

I called a few places asking about shocks and struts for my car. I was informed that my car has struts all around. Its a 2003 Chevy Impala 3.4 on the engine.

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There are 4 struts. the easiest and quickest way to replace them is to buy what they call a quick strut assembly. most parts stores carry them and they run about $160 each. the other alternative is to buy the struts, rent or buy a spring compressor if you dont have one and spend a few hours changing them.

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Shocks and struts are basically the same thing. i believe struts offer more structeral support to your vehicle too. i'd suggest www.rockauto.com or www.autozone.com to confirm what parts are needed

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