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No each year has shocks that are tuned the car they are installed on even if they look the same. so the answer is no I don't advise using the shock

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    I have a 2001 Jaguar S-Type. Suspension is out & dashboard msg reads "CATS Systems Fault". Located the ADCM, but don't see any corrosion at connectors. Could fixing be as simple as replacing the ADCM?


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    not sure what you mean most people install shock absorbers the same way they came off only in reverse.

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    Fig. 2: Some vehicles have a cover which must be removed to access the shock retaining nuts 86888037.jpg
    Fig. 3: Unfasten the upper shock attaching nuts 86888038.jpg
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    2. Open the trunk lid and remove the trim cover. If equipped, remove the nut cover.
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    5. Unfasten the lower shock absorber mounting bolts. One wrench will have to be placed on the bolt head side to retain the bolt as you loosen the nut. Usually a 15mm wrench is used to remove them. To install: Fig. 4: After the vehicle is raised and safely supported, use a socket to unfasten the lower retaining bolt 86888039.jpg
      Fig. 5: Remove the retaining bolt, then . . . 86888040.jpg
      Fig. 6: . . . remove the shock absorber assembly from the vehicle 86888041.jpg
    6. Connect the shock absorbers at the lower attachment and install the attaching bolt.
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    9. If equipped, install the retaining nut cover, then install the rear trim cover. Close the trunk lid.
    10. Connect the negative battery cable.
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    2. Remove or disconnect the following:
      • Rear wheel Fig. 1: Exploded view of the rear shock absorber mounting 9300vg06.gif

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    Here is the procedure - you have to determine if it is within your skillset....

    You will need spring compressors.

    Cheapo ratcheting ones can be had for $25, or you can rent a pneumatic type.

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      Wheel Upper shock mounting nuts. Discard the nuts. Nut and the stabilizer bar link. Discard the nut. Bolt, flag nut and the spring and shock absorber as an assembly. Discard the flag nut.
    3. Using a suitable spring compressor, compress the spring until the tension is released from the shock absorber.
    4. While holding the flats of the washer, remove the nut.
    5. Remove the shock absorber. Discard the nut, remove the washer, bushing and the upper mount.
    6. Remove the insulator.
    7. Remove the dust shield.

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      Center nut: 37 ft. lbs. (50 Nm) Lower shock bolt: 258 ft. lbs. (350 Nm). Sway bar link nut: 18 ft. lbs. (25 Nm) Upper shock nuts: 20 ft. lbs. (30 Nm)
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