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Changing the shocks frount & back

Hi my car has a 114000 km on it & on what km should i change the care shocks

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  • mohamed b hatiras Mar 12, 2014

    i think normaly after 200,000 km it needs to replace the shocks

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You can choose do it by yourself, for example, you can buy a tool like digiprog 3 , it can diagnostic your car.

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