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Parts breakdown for left strut assy. - 2001 Honda Civic

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Parts? All ya have is upper/lower mounting bolts, a spring and rubbers.. and the strut assy. itself

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I need help replacing rear struts on a 2004 dodge stratus sedan


jack up the car and take off the wheel. go through the trunk and remove the trunk liner from the wheel well area. remove the two nuts off either of the center, dont remove the center one yet. now you remove the bolt from the bottom of the strut and remove the strut assy. you can buy new struts as a complete assy. or you will have to use a spring compressor and compress the spring until it is loose from the spring pad, then remove the nut from the top of the strut and it comes apart. a lot of times the rear mount goes bad on these cars and it makes noise on the bumps. it doesnt mean the strut is bad. you can check the strut by pushing the rod in and pulling it out, there should be steady resistance. any easy spots and the strut is no good. gas struts should fully extend by themselves from the gas pressure, if they dont, they are bad.

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One common thing on those if brakes have been checked is the strut bearing assy at top of front struts. Grinds and thumps especially when turning. If not experienced at changing them, don\'t attempt it as it can be very dangerous. You can buy a complete strut and bearing assy, but if too hard on the wallet, get quote from parts store to change bearing for you, or an auto service.

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Who makes a complete strut for 1996 buick century without taking the whole strut apart, front


You take your strut assy to a repair shop

They will switch the spring over to new strut

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Turning wheels full left and right I get a thud like noise both directions


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of strut assy in upper inner fender

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I wanted to know how i can replace a bad strut with out taking off my head to do it. the plate that holds the spring in place came unwelded as well.


have you heard of Harbor Freight Tools? they sell a inexpensive strut spring tool that collapses the spring works great.

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Both rear shock's are bad need a picture ofhow they are disassembled any help with be good


this car does not have rear shocks, it has struts, you will need a strut compressor to replace them, also this model has a problem with the upper bearing mount they go bad a lot and make a knocking noise when you hit a bump. try this see if you can by the strut as a complete assy. they are offered that way but not by all parts stores. if you buy them as an assy. them all you have to do is jack up the rear of the car and put jack stands under it, remove the rear wheels, open the trunk and get in remove the carpet/cardboard covers over the wheel wells, and remove the 3 nut that hold the top of the strut assy. then remove the lower mount bolts. and swap out the hole-assy......HAVE FUN

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I hv a '01 Aurora w/ 105000miles. On choppy pavement, the rear tends to skip sideways w/assoc knocking noises like worn or loose struts. Left rear tire on outside shows more wear than the other three....


This is related to the "link assy" parts on the rear end. They are about 30" long. One end bolts near the center of the car. The other ends have a tie-rod type end and mount to the rear wheel assembly.
The knocking noises are because the link assy are bad. About $70.00 each for these. I would also check the upper shock mounts on the rear. These go bad and will cause noise as well. About $15.00/ea. Easy to replace.
The skip sideways is because the link assy or rear alignment is off. This is easily fixed and should be done as soon as the parts are replaced.

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How to replace the rear springs and what size are brake lines.


rear springs are part of a strut assy, get a quick strut fom o'reilleys or az. it has the spring, strut, mount, all new and ready to pop in, otherwise you will need to tear the strut down and will need special tools. it is also a little risky, springs can fly pretty good when they slide out of compressors

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If you've never done them before it could be very dangerous I've seen experienced mechanics have them fly across the room, and thank God , no-one was standing in the path. There are other parts that should probably be replaced when doing the struts, like upper mounts/bearings etc., otherwise you may be sorry you didn't real soon, from the grinding, thumping etc. What most guys are doing these days, is buying the "Quick Strut kits" or whatever name your supplier may be using. Basically it's a complete new strut, spring, bearing/mount assy., all in one, already done for you. You just unbolt from above & below & switch them. Price it out & see if it isn't too bad, I'd go with that, then you also pay for one alignment. Many a guy has changed struts, got alignment, then bearing/mounts started making noise, then changed them, which basically means all the same work again, and another alignment. Up to you, but I'd think about it if those other parts haven't already been changed. Hopefully you can get a credit back on struts you bought to put toward complete assy.Check out this link to autozone. http://www.autozone.com/R,2624239/vehicleId,2316702/initialAction,partProductDetail/store,/partType,00660/shopping/partProductDetail.htm

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