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Strut replacement

jack up rear of car and place on jackstands. remove rear wheels there is two bolts that hold strut to the wheel assembly also unbolt brake line bracket now inside of car is top of strut tower there is a plastic cosmetic cover once removed there are three bolts to be undone. DO NOT LOOSEN CENTER BOLT. strut will drop out with a little manouevering. Use strut spring compressor to remove strut springs. and reinstall on new struts be sure to follow all safety instructions and warnings. autozone rents this tool, or take to shop to have someone do this part of job for you. now installation of strut is opposite of removal. hope this helps

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What kind of rear struts do i need if i want to tow with a 99 buick lesabre?

Here's my tip.... Your springs are what holds the vehicle up, the shock absorbers or struts are to stop it bouncing. Sounds to me like your springs are too soft and cannot hold up the load you are trying to carry.

Jun 19, 2014 | 1999 Buick LeSabre

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Trying to find where shocks/strutsbolt on at

You will need to remove the backseat and then the trim panel over the back deck. You will then be able lot access the strut. Outning bolts.

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Why is there a rear fuel pump on 89 jetta diesel

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On the struts, it will depend a bit on what you find, but I would also replace the bounce buffers, upper and low spring seat rubbers and maybe the strut upper bearing plates if they have been noisy at all. They do wear.

Have a close look at the bushings in the lower lateral arms and the torque rods (drag links). I would replace the sway bar mount bushings as they are notorious on this car for wearing quickly.

May 22, 2012 | 1994 Toyota Camry

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Both back tires bowed

Most likely bad wheel bearings or struts (shocks). If you never replaced them, I would say the struts are bad causing the alignment problem ( toe or camber) to your wheels.

Please rate this answer! Thanks, Mike

Jun 13, 2011 | 1989 Chevrolet Cavalier

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My car makes a drumming sound at the rear end of the, do I replace the struts or shocks on it?

Struts or shocks wouldn't cause a drumming noise. Could be
a bad tire, dragging brake shoe. Is the noise constant or does
it vary with speed? That should give you a hint. Make sure it's
from the rear, location of car noises can be deceptive.

Jan 10, 2011 | 1997 Dodge Neon

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Banging on bumps

Many number of things, bad shocks, bad struts, bad ball joint, suspension drag links, body mounts to rear end, carrier bearing for drive shaft, or even drive shaft flex disks.

You going to want to have someone actually look at it to find out for sure.

Aug 11, 2010 | 1995 Mercedes-Benz S-Class

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2002 ford focus se. need to change the front struts (at least the passenger side).

I highly urge you to take the car to a repair facility. Replacing struts is very dangerous especially when removing the coil spring from the strut. Without the proper tools you or someone close can be seriously hurt. If you must replace them yourself than go with what is known as a ready strut. It is a complete assembly. New strut, spring, strur bearing, and strut boot preassembled. They are more money but worth it to avoid getting hurt.

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Replacement hatch strut problem

It is better to have someone help you hold up the hatch (very heavy). Remove the old struts, then install the bottom of the strut first. While moving the hatch up or down align the pin and snap in place.

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