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Replacing rear shocks on toyota camry

How to remove rear shocks on toyota camry?

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The camry has struts on the rear they have to be removed and put in a strut spring compressor to hold the spring then you can remove the top nut and replace the shock part of the strut

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It isw not the shocks.

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I have a knocking noise coming from the rear end . sounds like the left back. i have replaced new shocks and tyres. brake discs are fine. toyota camry 220 sei 1996 model


This model usually wears out the rubber bushes in the rear sway bar retainers to the body, causing an annoying knock. Have a look there. See p95

http://www.turboninjas.com/camry/sa.pdf

New shocks never go astray in a car that age, they give you, um, a tight rear end.
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What is the going rate for a mech to replace shock or struts on a 1997 toyota camry?


Hello. Welcome to FixYa.
Front struts: 1 hour per side times your areas labour rate
Rear struts: 1 1/2 hours per side times your areas labour rate.
Add a 4 wheel alignment price after the struts are changed
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My 1992 Toyota camry is constantly having problem with rear suspension. The shock absorbers go bad barely after 3 months of replacement. The is so much nise from the rear especially when driving on rough...


Do you take the car back to the shop that put them on? They should be guaranteed, let them replace them and they should know what the problem is.

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After working on some of the shock absorber, the


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1990 Camry -- Serviceable or non-serviceable struts ?


I use the same model of car with you. It is a non-serviceable part that you use in the replacement of your struts.

Good luck.

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