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What should i expect to pay to replace the rear struts? my envoy drops in the rear making mommy's car look like a low rider. it comes up once i turn on engine, but it's slow to do so.

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You car has air ride suspension. The problem may or may not be the air springs, there are no "struts", have a shop check them for leaks.

Posted on Nov 18, 2009

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