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Rear Struts 2003 Mitsubishi Galant

How to change out the rear struts on a 2003 Mitsubishi Galant ES

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How do i change rear struts on 2004 camary?

Hello, and welcome to FixYa. I'll be glad to help you out.

When you had the struts replaced, one of two things happened.

one - the rear strut retention bolts were not tightened up properly at the tops of the struts

two- the top supports on the struts were not replaced. Whenever we change the struts, we always replace the top supports. More than likely, this is your problem. The rear strut supports are notorious for wearing out, and, when they do, they make loud banging noises.

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Right: 48760-33062

I would suggest replacing the top supports to cure your problem.

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Rear struts

is it the old body style or the new body. If it's the old no problem. The newer body a little bit tricky but if you take your time there not that bad to do

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2003 Mitsubishi Galant ES Clunking noise

the first thing i would check is the sway bar bushings they usualy go first. you have a bushing out somwhere. ive replace many struts because people have requested new struts and when we install them they come back and complain that the clunk is still there and all it needed was a bushing kit for $20
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