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Cannot figure out how to mount the new shocks and struts to the body of my 2001 Lincoln Town Car. I have taken the back seats out.

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2001 Lincoln town car is squeaking in the front suspension, and when I go over bumps. Is it shocks? Or is it CV joints? Or does it need to be oiled and lobed?

It could be the the struts as I believe you have struts not shocks on your vehicle. I would start with a good lube job as well as check all your front suspention bushings. If all is good there check to make sure your struts are good. They don't need to be totally repalced as you buy an insert to replace them. Look around underneath as someone pushes the car up and down to try to isolate the location of the noise. I hope this helps and good luck.

Jan 26, 2011 | 2001 Lincoln Town Car

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2001 lincoln town car, when trying to move seat, forward or back, it just clicks. almost as if it was slipping, seat move alittle sometimes.

Call an autorecycler and ask them to find you a replacement seat. The doodads which make these car cost more have a short life span. If you want long life, stay with plain jane stuff. You need a new seat motor and a replacement used seat will cost less than a new seat motor and the cost to swap a seat in and out will cost less than the labor to take the seat out repair it and then put it back together.

Nov 09, 2010 | 2001 Lincoln Town Car

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Major squeaking under truck while driving

struts shocks look for leaky fluids near strut body cylinder

there are other suspension componenets but usualy struts make noise when bad also check strut mount for then can come loose or be broken ... but your car would sag that direction

Jun 13, 2010 | 2001 Dodge Dakota

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How do you replace the rear shocks in an 01 Toyota Celica gt


Apr 18, 2010 | 2001 Toyota Celica

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Im trying to convert my airbags to shocks does my 97 lincoln town car only have airbags in the rear or is it in the front also

Airbags are the safety device that blow up to keep you from dying in a crash.
I've never heard of replacing STRUTS with shocks.
You do relieze that they mouont to the car differently?

Jan 13, 2010 | 1997 Lincoln Town Car

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The rear shocks poped through the shock tower on my 2001 sebring. What needs to be replaced?

It sounds like what you described, the shock tower mounts needs to be replaced. I believe you can buy that tower mount are the dealer and have the old one cut out and the new one welded in place. If your lucky it's just the rear strut mount it self when bad and the shocks when through the shock tower mounts which is a part of the body of the car. Good luck and keep me posted, hope it's just the strut it self.

Nov 05, 2009 | 2001 Chrysler Sebring

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My 1998 lincoln towncar off-balance

Sounds like shocks/struts. Usually if they start sagging it's because of a problem in the suspension, like shocks or struts.

Jun 28, 2009 | 1998 Lincoln Town Car

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95 Lumina- needs new strut mount.

im sorry to the yes our dreaming the shock itself goes right in the mount and the pressure of coil spring you need to compress the coil to remove the pressure when pressure of you con unscrew the shock and change the mount to do that you have to remove the complet stut from the car if you dont have tool to compress remove the stut ourself bring it to a shop ask them to change the mount its easy and safe lot off pressure from the coil hope it FIXYA our problem thanks pierre

Jul 05, 2008 | 1995 Chevrolet Lumina

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