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SOURCE: 2005 mazda 3

I am pretty sure they only have struts, because mine need replaced to.

Posted on Aug 06, 2008

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SOURCE: shocks on car 2007 kia sedona

jack up rear of vehicle unbolt the shocks pull straight out and reinstall them the same as removal

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SOURCE: what is the average repair cost of Mazda MPV rear

Hello. First of all you can get new shocks at most any repair shop. The most costly will generally be at the dealership. That said, call several repair shops in your area and get firm estimates. In my area I estimate the average cost at about $275.

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SOURCE: how to replace rear shocks on a 2006 cadillac srx

Your car should have different shocks from most cars, with the magnetic, electrical charge viscosity change. Be sure that the shocks are actually not functioning correctly.

Posted on Sep 13, 2010

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SOURCE: 1.mazda 5 rear shocks leaking

What you doing with this vehicle driving over a mountain every day ?? if they keep leaking then remove them and drill a small hole about two and half centimetres from the top of the piston and then thread the hole and make a small bolt with a metal flat washer with a rubber one under that ,then refill shocker with oil and refit ,you may have to push the piston in to get the oil in though but not on every type ,anyway refit shockers ,then when vehicle statrs to bounce again just refill with oil in situ ,so you dont need to buy new ones all the time just refill them ,easy just like the good old cars 40 yrs ago .

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