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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
They're not shocks they're struts. It requires spring compressors and air impact tools.
Unless you have them and the know how how to compress strut springs. don't do it. It can be dangerous.
It's why it's a lot of money to have it done.
Posted on Nov 04, 2009
My Grandma marquis did the same thing, I thought that was normal, it slowly goes down when you shut it off and slowly goes up when you start it, It didn't hit the ground or anything, but then it finally did die altogether, years later, and then it hit the ground, so I got regular shocks back there and it rode fine, stayed level, it is now resting in the junkyard in a shallow unmarked grave. It was a nice car.
Posted on Mar 03, 2010
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