Question about 1995 Toyota Tercel
How do i replace the back shocks on my 1995 toyota tercel? Automatic transmission, 4 door tercel DX. How do I test to see if I need to replace rear shocks?
If you bounce the car by putting your weight on the rear bumper with your knee you can test the rear shocks. If the car bounces more than once on the way up you need shocks. I generally replace shocks on new cars with factory installed shocks anywhere from 40,000 - 50,000 miles. There are bolts at the top and bottom of the shocks that will have to be removed. You can do this a little easier by removing the rear wheels and placing the car on Jack Stands.
Posted on Nov 15, 2009
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