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Rear strut assembly 17 Inch Wheels

Need rear strut assembly 2006 pontiac grand prix 17 inch wheels

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SOURCE: jack position to change rear tire 98 pontiac grand prix

factory jack to be placed in front of tire inbetween notches on seem. A manual floor jack can be used placing it under center connection bracket for rear wheels. Be shure to block front tires when using floor jack and have car in gear if a manual or park if automatic transmision.

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SOURCE: need to replace rear struts

It depends on who does it. If you are doing it by yourself, I would allow at least a couple of hours on each side, although it should take no more than one per side. If you have air tools and a lift, it should take between an hour or two from start to finish, since removing wheels, bolts etc would be fast. Hope this helps you, Rick

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SOURCE: change a rear strut on a 95 grand prix

If it is just a matter of removing the old unit complete and installing a complete unit then it is that easy. If you are removing the unit to replace the shock, then you will need a spring compressor. Or, if you take off the unit and take it to your local auto parts, which has a service dept. they will replace the shock for a small fee.

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SOURCE: replace rear strut mounts

Not too hard but you have to remove the wheels and go into the trunk to remove the to nuts, under a cover.....

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use a hammer to tap on the head of the shaft to push it back out, put a small block of wood on it before hitting it so you dont mushroom the end or distort the threads.

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Four bolts not counting the links, I just did a Grand Prix yesterday, got the kit from Napa for $100. the new one is thicker than the old. Old one came out easily.On install had to lower the subframe about an inch and a half and had a jack under it as to not drop it if the bolt came out all the way. Now bring the car up off the jack points under the a-frames on both sides as to simulate the car being on the wheels on the ground. tighten the links first, they should be pointing straight up wheels straight. Then tighten the sway bar bushing brackets on the frame. If you do not put the weight of the car on the struts the bar will tighten at an up angle and may rub on the control arms or touch the cvj boots. Hope this helps, ask more if you need to.

Dec 12, 2011 | 2000 Pontiac Montana

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How hard is it to replace a rear strut


it is fairly easy
1. jack up remove wheel, block car on frame!!! not on the strut
2. remove two big bolts on bottom of strut then have to drive them out of hub housing (splined about 1 inch on head side of bolt.
3. remove the sway bar connector rod (allen key and wrench. or if allen is stripped u can use wrench just in front of boot, so one inside and undo the one nut you can see facing you)
4. open trunk pull carpet back on top of wheel well so you can see 3 nuts in a triangle with one in the center DO NOT REMOVE CENTER NUT this is what holds spring to strut assembly..put a jack under strut to hold it in place .remove the 3 nuts.
5. pry the bottom of strut out of hub
6. drop out strut and spring assembly.
7. use 2 spring depressors to squeeze the spring so u may remove large center nut, use wrench and allen key.
8. replace as a whole unit or just the strut. the whole unit is more expensive and if so delete step 7
9. reverse the steps to install.
10. make sure all bolts are tight and check with torque wrench for proper tightness.
11. MAKE SURE LOL you dont want to go for a drive with any of these parts loose. If u r not experienced take it to a shop.

Dec 05, 2010 | 1998 Pontiac Grand Prix

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2002 grand prix my rear tires are rubbing on my struts.


you need to jack rear of vehicle up and check your rear wheel bearings

Feb 16, 2010 | 2002 Pontiac Grand Prix

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Replace rear strut mounts


Not too hard but you have to remove the wheels and go into the trunk to remove the to nuts, under a cover.....

Feb 14, 2010 | 1997 Pontiac Grand Prix

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I just need a diagram of the rear suspension for a 2006 grand prix


I don't have a diagram but i may be able to help. The rear has struts and two control arm links...one is adjustable for toe.

Jan 01, 2010 | 2006 Pontiac Grand Prix

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Having problems with my turn signals, they do not work when i just click the turn signal, I have to hold them in a specific way for them to come on.


step by step heres what you got to do
1.disconnect battery ground cable
2.remove nut retainer and jam nuts hten steering wheel
3.remove turn signal cancel cam assembly
4.remove hazard warning screw and knob
5.move the turn signal switchso you can access the turn signal screws and housing screws which can be accessed through the opening in the switch
6.remove housing screws and housing
7.only on models with tilt steering wheels remove shoe pin retainer cap
8.remove pivot switch screw and pivot pluse switch assembly
9.remove turn signal screws
10.remove wire prtecting from opening in instrument panel bracket assemblyand seperate from wires
11.disconnect turn signal switch connector from ignition and dimmer switch assembly connector
12.disconnect 17 wy lock from turn signal connector
13.use ternimnal tool #j-35689-a or equivelent, disconnect wires on buzzer switch assemble from turn signal connector
14.remove turn signal switch assembly from column
15 reverse to put back together
16. please note that signal and column housing screws got to be torqued to 35 inch lbs the switch screws at 20 inch lbs hazards at 7 inch lbsand the jam nuts at 30 ft lbs

Nov 21, 2009 | 1992 Pontiac Grand Prix

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Need to replace rear struts


It depends on who does it. If you are doing it by yourself, I would allow at least a couple of hours on each side, although it should take no more than one per side. If you have air tools and a lift, it should take between an hour or two from start to finish, since removing wheels, bolts etc would be fast. Hope this helps you, Rick

Apr 18, 2009 | 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix

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Jack position to change rear tire 98 pontiac grand prix


factory jack to be placed in front of tire inbetween notches on seem. A manual floor jack can be used placing it under center connection bracket for rear wheels. Be shure to block front tires when using floor jack and have car in gear if a manual or park if automatic transmision.

Mar 31, 2009 | 2002 Pontiac Grand Prix

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