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How do you replace rear springs on a 2001 Pontiac Montana?


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My 2005 GrandMarquis sits too low in the front even after changing all springs and shocks.


Does your car have air suspension or coil springs. If you change the air springs and it still is low, it may be the air compressor or limit switches. But the front springs are coil and not air, so I see no reason it should ride low if you replaced with the correct parts. Now if you replaced the front shocks and not the coil springs, then the coil springs may need to be replaced.

Feb 25, 2015 | 2005 Mercury Grand Marquis

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How do I replace rear coil spring


you need a spring compressor. There are three or four bolts which hold the spring/strut in place on each side.. remove the assembly and apply the spring compressor to take off the tension. Remove the spring and slowly release the tension. compress the new spring and assemble in reverse order... replace the struts at the same time or you will regret it later FYI..

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Replacing rear coil springs


You have to remove the struts from the car. Place the struts on a compression tower to relief pressure from spring. Once spring is compressed take of the top bolt on the strut which holds on the strut mount. After strut mount nut is off, loosen the springs tension and replace it with the new coil spring you are planning one using. Tighten the spring with mount back on and tighten bolt. then reinstall on car.

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How difficult it is to replace front struts on a 2003 subaru legacy wagon? I have done shocks and many other car repairs, but this would be the first experience with struts. Anything to look out for...


  • 1 Raise and support the vehicle with safety stands. While the vehicle is raised, remove the wheel and tire. This will give you access to remove the two lower bolts and nuts from the strut. Remove the upper flange retaining bolts.

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    Slide the strut spring assembly out from the vehicle. Using a strut spring tool, collapse the spring. Remove the center nut, upper bearing flange assembly and collapsed spring. Discard the old strut and replace with new strut. Discard the upper nut and replace with new nut. Do not release the spring tool from the spring.

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    Install collapsed spring with tool in place onto the new strut. The spring does not need to be replaced unless it is broken. Be sure to note the position of the spring ends on the strut. Install upper bearing flange, making note of the position of the spring end on the flange. Install center nut and tighten to specs. Then remove the spring tool.

  • 4

    Put the completed strut and spring assembly back onto the vehicle. Tighten nuts and bolts to manufacturer specifications. Install the wheel and tire. Lower vehicle.

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    Oct 29, 2010 | 2003 Subaru Legacy

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    Do I need a spring compressor just to remove and replace the front left and right strut mounts on a 1997 pontiac grand prix gt?


    If your replacing it with a quick strut which is the spring,mount, and strut assembly then a spring compressor is not required.If replacing just the mounts then definitely a spring compressor is required. Please use extreme caution when compressing and removing strut assemblies as the springs maintain alot of pressure on them.

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    Front and strut replacement, how?


    Yes, you need a spring compressor. The sturt and coil spring come off as one. Then you need to compress spring to remove strut. The old one off and the new one on and then un-compress the spring and remount in car.
    Sounds simple, but it can take a while.

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    Rear springs replacement


    You will need a spring compressor first of all. You have to remove strut, compress sring to get cartridge and spring apart and then replace new spring on strut and replace into vehicle. This is a nasty job without a hoist

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    Can i replace my gas adjust with coil spings on my 94 volvo 960, they want $300.00 each plus $200 labor, there has to be a cheaper way, please help


    If you have the self-leveling Nivomat rear suspension system, you can replace your Nivomat shock absorbers with standard shock absorbers. You also have to replace the coil springs with standard coil springs. Please note that a combination of standard springs and Nivomat shock absorbers, or Nivomat compatible springs and standard shock absorbers, will not work.

    If it is just the cost of springs that you are concerned about, try purchasing your springs elsewhere, and having your local mechanic install them. Two good sources online are; usautoparts.net and autopartswarehouse.com . You can find Nivomat compatible coil springs for less than $120 per pair.

    Jul 31, 2009 | 1994 Volvo 960

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