Question about 2002 Chevrolet Silverado
Posted by Anonymous on
Hello, my name is Ben. I own a truck exactly like yours. I changed my shocks at 46,000. If I were you, I would change them. If you drive with bad shocks it can cause the springs to wear out, which is a much harder repair. Or you can always do the " bounce test". Put your hands on the front fender and push down and let the shocks push up a couple of times and then let go. With good shocks the truck should stop bouncing when you let go.
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